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Creep In The Cellar Chords

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                             CREEP IN THE CELLAR - Butthole Surfers
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Tabbed by: Tyler J
Email: full_metal_orange AT hotmail DOT com

Tuning: Standard

Very easy song. Sounds great on acoustic

Intro:

Am    G    Am

Verse: (Play verse chords between verses, adding some extra vocals)

Am               G            Bm            Am
Well there's a creep in the cellar that I'm gonna let in
And he eats in the alley and keeps track of my sins
When he starts talkin' backwards your head starts to spin
And he really freaks me out when he peels off his skin

Verse:

Well there's a creep in the cellar that I'm going to let in
There's a hole in his brain where his mind should have been
When he start rubbing wrinkles he gets pretty scared
When he starts talking nickelback, diamondback, muscleback

Verse:

Oh there's a creep in the cellar with his hands in the air
And he lies to his mother but she doesn't care
Well the fists are flying backwards and the ballroom is bare
‘Cause the turkey's talkin' backwards, it'll raise up your hair

Outro:

Well there's a creep in the cellar that I'm gonna let in...
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GuitaPlaya 402 Mar 24, 2008 02:20 PM

Good job (now we just need someone to transcribe the backwards violin), keep the Butthole Surfers tabs coming. I might post some if I ever feel not-lazy.

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tyler_j 1,519 Mar 24, 2008 07:51 PM

will do

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