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Something in the Night  Bruce Springsteen

C, B-flat, E-flat (this is repeated many times, with C, then A-flat being played in the
over and over)
the last time before the verse goes as follows: C, B-flat, E-flat, C
I'm [C]riding down Kingsley,
B-flat, A-flat, B-flat
Figuring I'll get a drink
T[C]urn the radio up loud,
B-flat, A-flat, B-flat
So I don't have to think,
I t[C]ake her to the floor,
Looking for a moment when the world seems right,
And I tear into the guts,
A-flat B-flat A-flat
Hmmm of something in the night
C, B-flat, E-flat A couple times
You're born with not[C]hing,
E-flat B-flat A-flat
And better off that way,
Soon as you've g[C]ot something they send
B-flat A-flat B-flat
Someone to try and take it away,
You can ri[C]de this road 'till dawn,
Without another human being in sight,
Just kids wasted on
A-flat B-flat A-flat
Hmmm something in the night
Nothing is forgotten or forgiven,
A-flat Eflat, A-flat, B-flat
When it's your last time around,
I got stuff running around 'round my head
That I just can't live d[C]own[D7] [D]
(No instruments other than the drums are playing during the next 8 lines. The notes he
are the same as the other verse, except bruce sings in E-flat instead of C)
When we found the things we loved,
They were crushed and dying in the dirt
We tried to pick up the pieces,
And get away without getting hurt,
But they caught us at the state line,
And burned our cars in one last fight,
And left us running burned and blind,
Hmm chasing something in the night
C, B-flat, E-flat until the end.

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