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Babies   Pulp

From: Colin Watt

              PULP                     "BABIES"
The lyrics are:
Well it happened years ago when you lived on Stanhope Road.
We listened to your sister when she came home from school
'cos she was two years older and had boys in her room.
We listened outside and heard her,alright.
Well that was alright for a while but soon I wanted more.
I wanted to see as well as hear and so I hid inside her wardrobe.
And she came home round four and she was with some kid called David
from the garage up the road I listened outside and heard her. Alright.
Oh I want to take you home.
I want to give you children.
You might be my girlfriend, yeah.
When I saw you the next day I really couldn't tell
'cos you might go and tell your mother.
And so you went with Neve and Neve was coming on
And I thought I heard you Laughing when his Mum and Dad were gone,
I fell asleep inside. I never heard her come.
And then she opened up the wardrobe and I had to get it on.
Oh, listen we were on the bed when you came home,
I heard you stop outside the door.
I know you won't believe it's true,
I only went with her 'cos she looks like you.
Oh I want to take you home etc.

If you can understand Jarvis you should be able to understand this tab.

This is what the top two strings of one guitarist do
through the intro.
This is what the top string or the other guitarist does

Then the bassist comes in doing something like with a
certain rhythm which continues through most of the song.
Then the guitar comes in properly:
E-----------------5-5---5---5-5-5-5-4-3-3-5-3-5-33 etc

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