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Izzy Stradlin, Primitive Man Chords (ver.1)

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Primitive Man Chords (ver.1)

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                     [ IZZY STRADLIN - RIDE ON ]
                     [ UNIVERSAL VICTOR - 1999 ]
                          [ PRIMITIVE MAN ]

INTRO:
	E
	Happy, Happy, Happy
	Happy, Happy, Happy

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CHORUS:
	G          E   G          E        G - E - G - A - G - E
	Primitive Man, Primitive Man
    Ah, Primitive Man, Primitive Man
    Ah, Primitive Man, Primitive Man
    Ah, Primitive Man, Primitive Man

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VERSE1:
	B         C     D         B        C   D
	Shootin dope up in your cardboard  shack
      I wonder  how you got to  where your at

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CHORUS

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VERSE2:
 	B	C         D     B  C  D
	No telephone, no electricity
	B             C     D        B       C   D
	Sole mode of travel is your own two feet
	B          C   D    B          C   D
	& yet he's happy,   I see him smilin'

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	E
	Happy, Happy, Happy
	Happy, Happy, Happy

SOLO:
	G - E
	G - E
	G - E - G - A - G - E    (REPEAT 4 TIMES)

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VERSE3:
	 B	      C     D     B         C    D
	Burn ninety hours pickin  up  his   streets
	B            C    D         B       C  D
	He's got no money to spend all this week
	B             C        D   B        C  D
	Yet he's no mortgage livin in  his  tree
	B          C        D     B        C   D
	I really like my mobile cardboard suite

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	G          E    G         E      G - E - G - A - G - E
	Primitive man, Primitive Man

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