Date: Sat, 08 Nov 1997 01:50:54 -0500 (EST)

Subject: Tab: Midnight Radio by Big Head Todd and the Monsters

Midnight Radio
By: Big Head Todd and the Monsters
>From the album Midnight Radio
Words and Music by Todd Park Mohr
Transcribed by Eric Malm

C#  E  C#  E...

C#                            E
Driving far from home on a midnight radio.
C#                           E
Reckless and alone on a long black road.
C#                                          E
The cities burning like a dream like a lady smoking in the night.
C#                                              E
And she let's out a silent scream so far from the morning light.

C#                                          E
And I don't know where to go and I don't know where I've been.
C#                                              E
And I don't know if I'll still be here when the sun rises again.
C#                                            E
But somewhere in the distance there's a tower and a light.
C#                                    E
Broadcasting a resistance through the rain and through the night.


C#                    A
Oh oh oh ohhh hold me in the darkness.
C#                   A
Oh oh oh ohhh love is playing in the darkness.
F#                              G  A
On the midnight radio.
A                               E
On the midnight radio.

C#                                 E
So grab your little sister. Wake up your children and your wife.
C#                                                  E
Cause the new trains coming mister around the borders of the night.
C#                                           E
Wavelengths of love are playing on a midnight radio.
C#                                          E
Through the static and the rain on the midnight radio. (repeat line)

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