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Coming Down That Road ukulele

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The Deaf is a rock band from Den Haag (The Hague), Netherlands inspired by pretty much
all the old school stuff. I've seen them live a few times, and I like this song a lot! On
youtube I noticed a lot of people asked for tabs/chords/lyrics but nobody was able to 
actually figure them out. Therefore I thought I'd give it a shot and I think it worked out
pretty decent.

There's different ways to play it:
- The simplest way, just the way it is. Standard tuning, nothing special.
- The original version, tuned down 1 half step.
- Spike and Janneke's acoustic version, with a capo on the 6th fret.

Enjoy, and don't forget to get laid! ;)

~Rabin


INTRO
Bm (Spike changes between x24432 and x24232, just listen to the song)

VERSE 1

Bm
I left my body on the floor
    G             D
You said it was alright
                      A
To leave the things behind so easy

Bm
All alone and in the dark
   G             D
My eyes are open wide
               A
Shivers in the night will guide me


CHORUS

G                     D       Fm  G
(I'm coming down that road so easily)
                      D        Fm     G
(I'm coming down that road and try to see)
      Em                    G
To be on your side (on your side)
     F#m E    D    A Bm
To be on your side again!


VERSE 2

Bm
The clock is ticking while you're gone
    G               D
The time is on your side
                 A
Be the one who's there too early

Bm
Your shadow is creeping on the wall
    G             D
And memories will fall
               A
Light is going down so slowly


CHORUS

G                     D       Fm  G
(I'm coming down that road so easily)
                      D        Fm     G
(I'm coming down that road and try to see)
      Em                    G
To be on your side (on your side)
     F#m E    D    A Bm
To be on your side again!


VERSE 3

Bm
You shot me down and all again
G             D
Fortune fell apart
                  A
Absence makes the heart grow fonder

Bm
All alone and in the dark
   G             D
My eyes are open wide
               A
Shivers in the night will guide me


CHORUS

G                     D       Fm  G
(I'm coming down that road so easily)
                      D        Fm     G
(I'm coming down that road and try to see)
      Em                    G
To be on your side (on your side)
     F#m E    D    A Bm
To be on your side again!


BRIDGE

G
Bye, bye, lady
A               F#m     Bm
Don't say maybe tonight
G
Save your sorry
A          F#m       Bm
Leave your stories behind
G                       A
And quit the anguish
    F#m           Bm
I'm coming home tonight


POST-BRIDGE

G
Bye, bye, lady
A               F#m     Bm
Don't say maybe tonight
G
Save your sorry
A          F#m       G
Leave your stories behind


FINAL CHORUS

                      D       F#m G
(I'm coming down that road so easily)
                      D        F#m    G
(I'm coming down that road and try to see)
      Em                    G
To be on your side (on your side)
      Em                   G
To be on your way (on your way)
     F#m E    D    A Bm
To be on your side again!

To be on your side again!


The Deaf's official website: www.thedeaf.nl
My Youtube account: www.youtube.com/user/CompleteDistortion

            
            
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