Intro: C F C G Am G Fm Am G F G verse 1 C F Queen of the castle, but she wears no crown, C G Stones of silver, gilded gown. Am G Fm Can anybody help her hang this mirror? Am G F So she can see every change. Am G Fm The view of another was never clearer, Am G F G The view of a self is strange. verse 2 C F Oh, she'll rule south in someone else's car, C G Armed with a dream and a DSLR. Am G Fm I wonder if she fears the city, Am G F Or will she translate with ease? Am G Fm I wonder if she's ever been viewed with pity, Am G F G Even in boots like these. verse 3 C F She did a year in Manchester, C G And it rained every other day. Am G Fm The Balkan half of her gave it heart, F G The Latin half gave way. Bridge F Fm They tried to get her on to Joy Division, Am G Fm She said she liked the feel, but it lacked precision. F Fm She soon got bored, and took the decision, G To listen to James instead. verse 4 C F I think she thinks it helps her cleanse, C G Seeing stones through a radio lense. Am G Fm I don't ever know half the story, Am G F But it doesn't leave me flat. Am G Fm I know she smiled when she first saw me, Am G F G I think I can live with that. Verse 5 C F Oh, she greeted me at the fortress, C G With a smile and an open palm. Am G Fm A song as old as the stones around me, F G With easily twice the charm. Verse 6 C F Her right-hand man took his lense cap, C G Slipped it in his fitted jeans, Am G Fm Said the light was perfect, F G And immortalised the scene. Outro C F C G Ooooooooooooooooooooh, Am G Fm Ooooh, ooooh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, Am G F Ooooh, ooh, ooh, oh, oh, oh. Am G Fm Ooooh, ooh, ooh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh. Am G F Ooooh, ooh, ooh, oh, oh, oh.