Cache Cache

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Cache Cache By The Who >From Face Dances, 1981, and Scoop, 1983 (Demo) Written by Pete Townshend ©1981 Eel Pie Publishing/Towser Tunes Inc.
Previously transcribed by Kenny Sahr (kenny@siggroup.com) ============== transcribed by Whotabs litgo@aol.com 06-04-1999 www.thewho.net/whotabs ==============
Note: timing is approximate
G 3x0033 D xx0232 A x02255 and x022xx A/G 3x22xx A/C# x4222x D/F# 2x0232 Em7 020030 Em9 020032 Gmaj7 3x0032 G6 3x0030 Cadd9+5 x30033 Cadd9+b5 x30032 Cadd9 x30030 D/A x04230 Fadd9 (1)x3213
[intro] |G D |A |G D |A
|G D |A A/G A Did you ever sleep in a bear pit |G D |A With apple cores and mice along |G D |A A/G A Did you ever lay on ice and grit |G D |A | A/G A | Or search for a place where the wind was gone
Did you ever tramp up endless hills Past cosy homes with secret beds Did you ever dream of a suicide pill And wake up cold to the smell of bread
|G |D/F# Well, I have slept there badly twice |Em7 |D Dsus4 D I've shared my straw with scratching mice and |G |D/F# Although you'll find some deep brown hair |Em7 | I'll tell you something for nothing Em9 Em7|A/C# |D |G |Gmaj7 There ain't no bears in there (cache cache) G6 |A/C# |Bm |Cadd9+5 |Cadd9+b5 |Cadd9 | | Not a single bear in there (cache cache)
Did you ever have to make a draw For a hard wooden bench or a bed of stone
Did you ever jimmy a stable door and scare the horse to escape the snow
Did you ever invade a neat little yard And wake up the kids who hope for ghosts Did you ever cause their dogs to bark At guests to curse their noisy hosts
Don't jump in expecting fun Don't swagger in there with your elephant gun Don't enter the cage with wavin' chairs 'Cause I'll tell you something for nothing There ain't no bears in there (cache cache) Not a single bear in there (cache cache)
[bridge] |A A/G A |A D/A D/A D/A Did you ever pass the police at work A |A A/G A |A D/A D/A D/A And hope that they might take you in |A A/G A |A D/A D/A D/A Did you ever wonder why music hurts A |A A/G A |A D/A D/A D/A When someone plays it aloof to sin |G |F6/9 Did you ever believe that a smile could cure |G |Fadd9 A happy face keep you warm at night? |G |Fadd9 Were you ever fooled by laughter's lure |G Gsus4 |G |A Asus4 |A | Only to find that they laughed in spite?
Don't jump in expecting fun Don't swagger in there with your elephant gun Don't enter the cage with wavin' chairs 'Cause I'll tell you something for nothing There ain't no bears in there (cache cache) Not a single bear in there (cache cache)
[interlude; verse pattern]
Did you ever finally find a place A soft warm bed in a room with flowers And when you finally laid down your face |G D ||Cadd9+5 Cadd9+b5 |Cadd9 Cadd9+b5 || % | You found you slept for a hundred hours | % |Cadd9+5 Cadd9+b5 |Cadd9 A hundred hours
|A/C# |D |G |Gmaj7 | There ain't no bears in there (cache cache) Not a single bear in there (cache cache) No bears in there (cache cache) There ain't no bears in there (cache cache) |A/C# |Bm |Cadd9+5 |Cadd9+b5 |Cadd9 |Cadd9+b5 Not a single bear in there (cache cache)
|A/C# (A) |D |A/C# A |D
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