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Home At Dawn Tabs (ver.1)

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Home At Dawn Tabs (ver.1)

Superchunk
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Here's a song called "Home at dawn", it is written by Superchunk. This
might not be one of their better songs, but here it is anyhow.


Intro+Verse  Guitar 1:
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-----2/6/4-0----2/6/4-0---00
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Intro+Verse  Guitar 2:
D-string-------------6--4--6--9--7

Verse:
turned over and spun around
take me back where you´ve got it down
reciting lines out of a book
who wrote it? I forgot to look

Chorus:
A                   B    E                   A                         
I tried to grab a bunch, but there was only one 
A                  B      E                 A
I tried to crawl away, but gravity made me run
A             B                  E                     A
I tried to resist, I tried to resist,you held me by the arm
A                  B    E                    A
I tried to make a list, but there was only one

Verse:
two hours of sleep, I think thats enough
straining my eyes to see to find my stuff
I'll leave you sleeping
turn out the lights when I'm leaving

Chorus:
A                   B       E                 A
I tried to grab a bunch, but there was only one
A                    B       E                   A
I tried to crawl away, but sudden words make me run
A             B                   E                              A
I tried to resist, I tried to resist, I end up walking, home at dawn
A                  B    E                    A         
I tried to make a list, but there was only one 

Thats it, check out the Be sharp's(U-a city), a great band! Mattias
            
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