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Never Really Been  Soul Asylum





[D]Sirens are a screaming, sho[C]ts rang[C] out at night[D]
[D]Mov[C#]ie c[B]ameras[G] rollin' in[A]...[Asus4].
And there goes my hero, with his head between his legs
And all this time I believed in him....
Bridge (same as intro)
Verse 2:
Now what is the sound of snow falling down
On a tombstone in the dead of night
And who is the hound at the downtown dog pound
Who speaks English when the watchman's not in sight
[G]And where will you be in 1993?[A]
[D]Sti[C#]ll s[B]itt[G]ing in the same chair[A] [Asus4]
Sitting is for sinners and I'm just a beginner
And I've never really been much else
Verse 3:
Hey ain't it strange how something's never change
Ain't it strange how nothing stays the same
You were thinking I was distressed about some universal press
I was just impressed about my last pinball game
I've learned to accept and to expect
The respect and neglect that I get
And I try not to forget about what hasn't happened yet
And on this I place my last bet
[G]And did you get what you give? Did you get wh[A]at you give?
[D]But[C#] you[B]r b[G]est shall wear and tell[A] [Asus4]
Winning is for winners and I know 'Luck Street' follows winners
But I've never really been much else
[G]You know it's harder to be nice, when hate becomes [A]your vice
[D]And[C#] you[B] ca[G]n't find peace anywhere[A] [Asus4]
Love is not just for lover's, get off your high horse brother
Drop your fists and get out of here

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