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Mark Lanegan, When Your Number Isn't Up Chords (ver.1)

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When Your Number Isn't Up Chords (ver.1)

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                Mark Lanegan
When You're Number Isn't Up
Tuning: Flat Tuned E Standard



Intro B - Eb

        B                  Eb
Did you call for the night porter?
B                             Eb
  You smell the blood running warm
        B                   Eb
I stay close to this frozen border, 
              B                   Eb
so close I can hit it with a stone
    B                           Eb
Now something crawls right up my spine
        C#            B
That I always got to follow
              Eb
Turn out the lights
              C#        B
Don't see me drawn and hollow
                    Eb
Just blood running warm
Bb
  No one needs to tell you that
           C#                 B
There's no use for ya here anymore
     C#
And where are your friends?
              Eb
They've gone away
        C#                    Eb
It's a different world, they left you to this
   C#
To janitor
     Eb
The emptiness
    B               Eb
So let's get it on
         B                     Eb
When the sun is finally going down, 
            C#         B
and you're overdue to follow
                      Eb
But you're still above the ground
             C#                B
What ya got comin' is hard to swallow
                    Eb
Like blood running warm
          B                  Eb
Did they call for the night porter
B                                   Eb
  And smell the blood, blood running warm
               B                     Eb
Well I've been waitin at this frozen border, 
                  B                     Eb
so close you could hit it with a stone
            
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