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The Seeker chords

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version 2

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by The Who
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This is how I play the song. It sounds pretty accurate to me, but if something sounds a
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so follow along with the song to get it right.
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Standard Tuning

[intro]
A D G
A D G
D C C G

A                         D G
I've looked under chairs,
A                         D G
I've looked under tables.
A                         D G
I try to find the key
A                         D G
To fifty million fables.
                   D       C G
They call me the Seeker.
 D                            A     D G
I've been searching low and high.
D C
     I won't get to get what what I'm after
C G
     Till the day I die
[all of the verses are played the same way]
[repeat intro riffs only A D G chords]


D
People tend to hate me

'Cause I never smile.
A
As I ransack their homes

They wanna shake my hand.
D
Focused in on nowhere

Investigating miles,
        C                             A
I'm a Seeker, I'm a really desperate man!

[Solo]

D
I learned how to raise my voice in anger.
A
Now look at my face,

Ain't this a smile?
D
I'm happy when life's good,

And when it's bad, I cry.
        C
I got values,
                         A
But I don't know how or why.


[outro]
D C D G A

The rest of the song is the final verse just sung at a higher tone, so the chords are
the same.

            
            
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