This song comes from the One Foot in the Grave album on K records.
If you don't have it, I would highly recomend its immediate purchase.
These chords are played by hitting the lowest note first followed by a
few strums, and that pattern is repeated. Your best bet is to listen to
the CD for the exact rhythm. Also, there may be some pulloffs/hammerons
around the A chord (Perhaps a second guitar?). Anyway, this is pretty
much it. Any corrections or additions will be greatly appreciated.
Tabbed by Zak Watson
I wake up and look upon your painted eyelids
The world is your oyster and the trashbags are your kids
The ceiling is invisible there's a bird sinkin through the sky
and every hour that passes is teachin me how to cry
Cuz it's lonely here in the ugly part of town
the buildings are all vacant and the telephones are down
There's a police siren singin like a tiger with no skin
the sewer drain is glowin and I don't know what state I'm in
And the river is on fire and there's chemicals and debris
All the roads are blocked off it's just too hard to see
So cancel my appointment and set up a whole new show
'Cuz I'm in need of a good hot meal and a life to call my own
(Harmonica solo over verse chords 1x)
So get me a plate of money and get me a blanket and a chair
The limitations are limitless they're floating through the air
'Cuz it's real and it's true the things I see in you
And there's nothin that I wouldn't talk about with the clearest
dream that ever drifted by...
Fade on verse chords with harmonica and sounds
Hope you enjoy it