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Faces, Silicon Grown Tabs (ver.1)

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Silicon Grown Tabs (ver.1)

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                PROPS GO TO: Luca

SILICON GROWN
(R.Wood-R.Stewart)

RIFF (1st half)

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RIFF (2nd half)

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A (RIFF)          
Wait a minute honey
I don't think the joke's too funny
I stayed up all night
Checking out the doctor's guide

F#m
Wait a minute honey
     B                  F#m   
Stop pretending you're a bunny
A (RIFF)
Well I might've guessed 
You been to see a specialist.

I remember you said 
That we gotta keep abreast of time
But obviously you don't know where to draw the line
Don't try and tell me it's a-what you been eating
Since when have you been 44 around the (get on with the song)

At the Moulin Rouge tell you baby we could knock 'em dead
Just sign right here all I need is 10%.
Now you make me feel like a pimp in the White House
For a senator's daughter you're stealing all the headline news

Oh shake me, shake me, shake me up all night long
We all need a laugh and I guess you're just the one
You got more front than the Hague Museum
Oh home grown silicone you really got the best of me
            
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