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Woe On Me chords

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by Beck
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Beck - Woe On Me (Previously Unreleased) One Foot in the Grave

This is a very simplified way to play the song, it's not very accurate, but does sound similar.

Tuning: 2 steps down

The verse is basically a Gmajor:

e----333--33---33---33---33-00000-|
b----333--33---33---33---33-00000-|
g----000--00---00---00---00-00000-|
d----000--00---00---00---00-00000-|
a----222-333---22--333---22-00000-|
e--3-33------3-33------3-33-33333-|


G - (As transcribed above)
On the old forgotten crossways where the fourteen rivers did meet
G
The bones of our elders were lying in the street
G
On the dark and dusty desert like a ghost I've flown
G
I barely cried wherever I'd ride I ride I never found a home

C  D    G
Woe on me
 Am                       D
Somehow I will feel more free
G                               C
To wallow in the empty headed peace
Am                                      D
Where the plain hearted sorrows never cease

G
I am just a ramshackle I go from town to town
G
Where there is no shelter I lay down on the grown
G
I've killed for no reason I've pissed upon a kind
G
Cost them all and burned the bone when I've had the time

C  D    G
Woe on me
 Am                       D
Somehow I will feel more free
G                               C
To wallow in the empty headed peace
Am                                      D
Where the plain hearted sorrows never cease

G
Well there's saints and there are animals they've taken what they could
G
And it's written in the pages to do just what they should
G
Well they stood the test and burned the rest and tore them limb from limb
G
Like a fashion with no passion they open up their skin

C  D    G
Woe on me
 Am                       D
Somehow I will feel more free
G                               C
To wallow in the empty headed peace
Am                                      D
Where the plain hearted sorrows never cease
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