42 Bad Books
This is a great song from the fantastic new Bad Books record, and one of Andy
Hull's finest vocally in my opinion. The picking pattern is kind of random, as is
characteristic of many songs written by Andy Hull.
[C]When you're with another man inside another home
Do you adapt to the [F]walls? Do you adapt to the [C]walls?
[C]Found the newspaper, thumbing my hands through it, doing another dance,
Doing what I could with it, do[F]n't, you gotta leave me alone[C]
And I [G]wondered if [F]you still lived[C] at home
Yeah, I [G]wondered if [F]you still lived[C] at home
[C]What do you think you'd have done without a colder beer
A fresh pack of [F]zigs and zags, a light and ano[C]ther fag
And [G]I was hungover and [F]you would come hang[C] over
[G]I was hungover and [F]you would come hang[C] over
And [G]stop a bib[F]lical fire[C]
[C]You and your dad, what a tragic mishap[F], ha-ah-ah-ah-a[C]p
When a [G]man loves a [F]drink more than [C]blood
And I [G]pace my room for an [F]hour or two every [Am]day since [G]200[F]1
[F]And I think I talk too much[C]
At the end, it sounds like he goes between C and F a few times before ending on C.