Eels - A Daisy Through Concrete

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Band name Eels
Song name A Daisy Through Concrete
Tab type Chords
Added 05/12/2008
Size 1.27 kb
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Tabbed by:  Roger K.
E-mail:  roger31@aol.com

Standard tuning - Capo 1st fret

Intro:  [ E  D ] 4X
          3  3

E           D            A           D
Wake up the dying, don't wake up the dead 
E                  D             A                  D
Change what you're saying, don't change what you've said
E             D           A          D
Now that it's time that I got out of bed

CHORUS:
             A      E         G        D
   When I'll walk myself down Sycamore Street
       A         E        G           D
   The sun beats down, no shoes on my feet
         A       E     B                E     D  E  D
   And I stumble on, a daisy through concrete

E              D         A             D
Pink and brown babies in pink stroller cars,
E              D                A               D
Know that it's good, they don't care where they are
E              D            A         D
They know that home doesn't feel very far

[REPEAT CHORUS]

[INSTRUMENTAL - same chord pattern as Chorus]

E           D      A         D
Airplane is flyin' up in the sky
E        D       A              D
Makin' a pattern with the white lines
E            D        A       D
Looks like a heart or maybe a pie

[REPEAT CHORUS]  

[E  D  A  D ]  Repeat & out