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Land Down Under Chords (ver.3)

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Land Down Under Chords (ver.3)

Men At Work
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                [Land Down Under by Men At Work]

{Capo on 2nd fret}

[VERSE I]
C              G              Am       F G
 Traveling in a fried-out combie
C              G                Am      F G
 On a hippie trail, head full of zombie
C               G    Am           F G
 I met a strange lady, she made me nervous
C           G               Am
 She took me in and gave me breakfast
     F G
 And she said,

[CHORUS I]
C                    G                Am    F G
 "Do you come from a land down under?
C               G              Am       F G
 Where women glow and men plunder?
C                          G                 Am    F G
 Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?
     C               G              Am       F G
 You better run, you better take cover."

[VERSE II]

 Buying bread from a man in Brussels
 He was six foot four and full of muscles
 I said, "Do you speak-a my language?"
 He just smiled and gave me a vegemite sandwich
 And he said,

[CHORUS II]

 "I come from a land down under
 Where beer does flow and men chunder
 Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?
 You better run, you better take cover." (yeah-ah)

[BRIDGE]
 C      G      Am     F G
[1]....[2]....[3]....[4].... {x6}

[VERSE III]

 Lying in a den in Bombay
 With a slack jaw, and not much to say
 I said to the man, "Are you trying to tempt me
 Because I come from the land of plenty?"
 And he said,

[CHORUS III]

 "Oh! You come from a land down under? (oh yeah yeah)
 Where women glow and men plunder?
 Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? (ah)
 You better run, you better take cover."

[CHORUS IV - CHORUS VI]

 "Do you come from a land down under?
 Where women glow and men plunder? (... yea-ah)
 Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? (yeah, yeah yeah)
 You better run, you better take cover." {x4}
            
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