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Wake Up Tabs (ver.1)

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Wake Up Tabs (ver.1)

Smash Mouth
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                Written by Brian Coakley

This is a great song by a great band, Rule 62.  Watch for more by them on 
OLGA in the future.

 Intro:
G# G# (4x)

Verse: (barely heard, probably played on a wah-wah)
G#  A#  C#  G#

Chorus:
G#  D C#

Bridge:
C#  A#  G#

Played over verses:
E-8s9s8~~~~~~~--------------
B---------------8s9s8~~~~~~-
G---------------------------

Played before one of the choruses ("dun dun nah nah. . ."):
E----------------------------
B----------------------------
G--------4-------6-----------
D--6-4-6---6-4-6---6-4-6-6s4-
A----------------------------
E----------------------------

Played at the end:
E-------------------
B-------------------
G-------------------
D-----6-4---4-------
A---------6---6-5-4-
E-4-4---------------
(Repeat this a few times, end on G#)

Lyrics:
(Verse):
I read the papers and I know which way you're going.
I watch the T.V. and it shows how little you're knowing.
I call you up when you're around but you don't hear me.
You hear the words but still don't hear, you don't even know me.

(Chorus):
Wake up, this ain't no vacation, she cries, for my reputation, hatred has 
never looked that good on you.
I know, she's in ovulation, can't see, the real destination, hatred has 
never looked that good on you.

(Verse):
Why sit around while you look down and dance with junkies?
Makes you look weak, makes you look pale, makes you fall down, makes you 
look, 

(Bridge):
You're raised and you can't see hate on the inside.
Wake up.  Your ignorance is free, hate on the outside.

(Spoken):
Keep your arms and hands inside the car at all times.
Time to shave your head and put your Doc Marten boots on!!


Luke
            
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