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Sleeper 1972 Tabs (ver.1)

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Sleeper 1972 Tabs (ver.1)

Manchester Orchestra
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Andy played this song acoustic on a radio show.


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      "when my dad died.."


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  "the worms ate out both his eyes..."

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"his spirit flew right up in the sky, and i cried my self to sleep"


thats for the first few verses then at the end


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