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Satellite ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: schnitzi@east.isx.com (Mark J. Schnitzius)

Satellite
from Spike
tabbed by ah-HA! Pronoun trouble 


[intro]  Em  C#m  A  B

E                   C#m
She looked like she learned to dance


B             A
>From a series of still pictures


E             C#m
She's madly excited now


B                       A
She throws her hands up like a tulip

                                                          G#7/B#
B                 G#7/B#       C#m   F#7/A#  B         -----------
She looks like an illustration of a cocktail party     | | 1 1 1 |
                                                       | | | | | 2
                                                       | 3 | | | |
      G#m                   G#7/B#
Where cartoon bubbles burst in the air


    C#m         F#7/A#  B                    A
Champagne rolls off her tongue like a second language

                                                          F#7/A#
       B                    E                          --x--------
And it should have been her biggest night              | | 1 | | |
                                                       | | | | 2 |
                                                       3 | | 3 | |
    A               F#             B     B7/D#   E
The satellite looks down on her as she begins to cry

                                                          B7/D#
tacet        C#m                    A                  -----------
All over the world at the very same time               | | 1 | | |
                                                       | | | 2 | 2
                                                       | | | | | |
       B           B7/D# E
People sharing the same sorrow


       C#m             A
As the satellite looks down


    B               A                 B7
Her darkest hour is somebody's bright tomorrow

E              C#m       B               A
He pulled on a cigarette in the crook of his first finger


E                 C#m           B              A
Felt the static electric charge of her perfect hourglass figure


   B                G#7/B#            C#m     F#7/A#   B
As he undressed her with his eyes her weakness was his talent


    G#m               G#7/B#                  C#m
How could she know as she stepped through the lights


         F#7/A#   B              A
That her dress would become transparent


    B                     E
And with his face pressed to the screen


   A                   F#            B      B7/D#     E
He muttered words he'd never dare to say if she could see him


tacet        C#m                    A
All over the world at the very same time


       B           B7/D#         E
People sharing the same cheap sensation


    C#                 A
The thrill of watching somebody watching


B               A               B7
Those forbidden things we never mention

[chorus]

    E     C#m7      A          B7        E
The satellite looks down right now and forever


     C#m7           A         B7
What it has pulled apart, let no man tether


G#m                 F#                          F#m
His own body to his dream, his dream to someone else


            B    B7
Oh no, oh no

         E                   C#m         B            A
She went back to her pitiful compromise, he'd go back to his family


E                       C#m                 B         A
But for the matter of a thousand miles that separated them entirely


       B            G#7/B#             C#m     F#7/A# B
In the hot unloving spotlight with the secrets it arouses


G#m                G#7/B#         C#m F#7/A#  B           A
Now they both know what it's like inside a pornographer's trousers


         B               E
And in a funny way it's anonymous


    A             F#             B           B7/D#       E    C#m
The satellite, it blesses us and makes these dreams come true


A            C#m                    A
All over the world at the very same time


             C#m
All over the world


[chorus]

[last 2 chords are  B7 and Dsus2, which is a regular D with the E open]

            
            
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