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...HUMANS ARE DEAD... by Flight of the Conchords
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*from Episode 1 (2007)*


Verse 1:

(Jemaine & Bret):

Am
 The distant future, the distant future,
(Jemaine):
 It is the distant future, the year 2000.
(Bret):
 We are robots.
(Jemaine):
 The world is very different.
Ever since the Robot uprising of the mid-90s;
There is no more unhappiness.
(Bret):
 Affirmative.
(Jemaine):
 We no longer say yes. Instead we say 'affirmative'.
(Bret):
 Yes, affirmative.
(Jemaine):
 Unless it's a more colloquial situation with a few robo-friends.
There is only one kind of dance; The Robot.
(Bret):
 And the Robo-Boogie.
(Jemaine):
 Oh yes. Two kinds of dances.

(Jemaine & Bret):

Am (n.C)
 Finally, robotic beings rule the world.

Chorus 1:

(Bret):

               Am                   Dm
The humans are dead, the humans are dead.
                  C                             Dm
We used poisonous gasses, and we poisoned their asses.
               Am
The humans are dead.
(Jemaine): That's right they are dead,
               Dm
The humans are dead.
(Jemaine): They look like they're dead.
             C
It had to be done,
(Jemaine):
 I'll just confirm that they're dead...
                      Dm
So that we could have fun.
(Jemaine):

  (n.C)
Af-firmative. I poked one. It was dead.

Bridge 1:

Dm
 Can't we just talk to the humans?
  F                          Em
A little understanding could make things better.
Dm                                       E7
 Can't we talk to the humans and work to-gether now?
No, because they are dead.

Binary Solo:

(Bret):

Am (n.C)  Dm (n.C)
 0000001, 00000011,
C (n.C)   Dm (n.C)
 0000001, 00000011.

Am
 0000001,
Dm
 0000001,
C
 000000111,

(Jemaine):

Dm (n.C)
 Come on sucker, lick my battery.

Coda:

Am       Dm
 Boogie, boogie, (Robo Boogie),
C        Dm
 Boogie, Robo Boogie.
                Am (n.C)
(The humans are dead).

(n.C)
 Once again without emotion;
The humans are dead dead, dead dead dead dead dead dooo...


CHORD DIAGRAMS:
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   Am      Dm      C       F       Em      E7

 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE
 x02210  xx0231  x32010  133211  022000  020100


Tabbed by Joel from cLuMsY, Bristol, England, 2008 (clumsyband@hotmail.com)

            
            
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100%guitarmad 489 Feb 26, 2008 10:52 AM

nice tab

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burnthedevice 31 Apr 16, 2008 07:52 PM

Hi, this is a solid tab of the version on the show. Just wanted to say that the only recorded version I have is the live performance. In that version Bret plays a fast little chord progression which goes something like this: a fast down-up-down strum of Asus, then Bb-A-G-A-G-A-Asus (strummed the same way as the first Asus). He does it seemingly at random during the Am part in the beginning. (I sometimes play the G chord in that progression as just a G note..I dunno, that's the way they might play it too.) I *think* the live version I have is on the "Distant Future" EP.

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burnthedevice 31 Apr 16, 2008 08:00 PM

Hey I just noticed that the last A chord in that little progression I was talking about DOESN'T sound good if you play it as an A major. Sorry bout that. You can just play it as an A power chord. (Actually, all the A's in the prog. can be played as power chords.)

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