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13th Floor Elevators, Fire Engine Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Fire Engine Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

13th Floor Elevators Tabs
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                Intro: Em Em Am Em B7 Am Em B7 (Blues Structure 12-bar)

 Em                                
Let me take you to the empty place in my fire engine
 Am                                     Em
Let me take you to the empty place in my fire engine
 B7
It can drive you out of your mind
 Am                                       Em             B7
Climb the ladder of your own design in my fire engine.

Am                    D
Don't tell it to go slow or stop
Am                          D
You're got to work it right up to the top
Am                 D
A piercing bolt of neon red
 B7                          C#m
Explodes on fire inside your head

Solo:  C#m F#m C#m A7 B7 Em B7

Em
Let me take you to the empty place on my fire engine
Am                                      Em
Let me take you to the empty place in my fire engine
B7
Blow it in rhythms making you 
Am                                              Em           B7
Round in the corner you can feel the ring on my fire engine

Am                    D
Close your eyes and you will raise
Am                  D
Your image you no longer taste
Am               D
A fiery flood engulfs your brain
 B7                        C#m
And drowns your partner (?)

 Solo:  C#m F#m C#m A7 B7 Em B7

Em
Let me take you to the empty place on my fire engine
Am                                      Em
Let me take you to the empty place on my fire engine
B7
It can drive you out of your mind
Am                                       Em             B7
Climb the ladder of your own design in my fire engine.

Em       (End)
            
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