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Climbing Up The Walls Tabs (ver.2)

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Climbing Up The Walls Tabs (ver.2)

Radiohead
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                Radiohead
‘Climbing Up The Walls’
‘OK Computer’

Intro
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b:---3---3--3-3-x-x-0-x-x------------x-x-0-x-x-x-x-
g:---4---4--4-4-x-x-0-x-x-0---0--0-0-x-x-0-x-x-x-x-
d:---4---4--4-4-x-x-0-x-x-2---2--2-2-x-x-0-x-x-x-x-
a:---2---2--2-2-x-x-2-x-x-2---2--2-2-x-x-2-x-x-x-x-
e:--------------x-x-3-x-x-0---0--0-0-x-x-3-x-x-x-x-

Verse
         Bm            G    Em
I am the key to unlock your eyes
		    Bm		G   Em		  
That keeps your toys in the basement
           Bm        G   Em
And if you get to far inside
            Bm           G   Em
You’ll only see my reflection

            Bm			   G    Em
It’s always best when the light isn’t on
         Bm           G   Em
I am the pick in the ice
           Bm          G  Em
Do not cry out or hit the alarm
               Bm               G   Em
You know we’re friends ‘til we die

Chorus
Em					   G                  
And either way you turn, I’ll be there
             Em                 G
Open up your skull, and I’ll be there
                       Em
We’re climbing up the walls

Verse
It’s always best when the light isn’t on
It’s always better on the outside
Fifteen blows to the back of your head
Or fifteen blows to your mind
So lock the kids up safe tonight
And shut the eyes in the cupboard
I’ve got the smell of a local man
Who’s got the loneliest feeling

Chorus
And either way you turn, I’ll be there
Open up your skull, and I’ll be there
We’re climbing up the walls

Interlude
Bm		G  Em
Bm		G  Em
Bm		G  Em
Bm		G  Em
Em		Bm G
Em		Bm G
Em		Bm G
Em		Bm G

Em - to end

End

It’s really easy to play ‘cos it’s only a couple of chords but the rhythm is slightly odd, especially if you’re singing as well.

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