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Over The Edge Tabs (ver.1)

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Over The Edge Tabs (ver.1)

Wipers
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                Over The Edge (Props go to John Sixkiller)
Wipers
Over The Edge, 1983

(Intro)
E--------------------------------
B--7-7-7-7--7-7-7-7--7-7-7-7--7--
G--7-7-7-7--7-7-7-7--7-7-7-7--7--
D--7-7-7-7--7-7-7-7--7-7-7-7--7--
A--5-5-5-5--5-5-5-5--5-5-5-5--5--
E--------------------------------

(1st part of verse)
E------------------------------------------------------------------
B--10-10-10--10/12-12-12--10-12-12-12--10-12-12-12--10-12-12-12-12-
G--10-10-10--10/12-12-12--10-12-12-12--10-12-12-12--10-12-12-12-12-
D--10-10-10--10/12-12-12--10-12-12-12--10-12-12-12--10-12-12-12-12-
A------------------------------------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------------------

E--------------------------------------------|
B--7-7-7--7/9-9-9--7-9-9-9--7-9-9-9--7-9-9-9-| Play 1st part
G--7-7-7--7/9-9-9--7-9-9-9--7-9-9-9--7-9-9-9-|  of verse 3x.
D--7-7-7--7/9-9-9--7-9-9-9--7-9-9-9--7-9-9-9-|
A--------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------|

Lyrics:

G            Bb
It's not the truth I see

F           C
It's just a mockery

G             Bb
Don't need to waste my time

F          C
You know I really tried

G            Bb
You take and never give

F          C
Make it so hard to live

G           Bb
I'm hangin' on a ledge

F       C             (Back to Intro Riff)
Push me over the edge


G            Bb
Don't do the things you do

F             C   
Don't have to oblige you

G           Bb
Mistrusting on my own

F           C
Grown tired of your drone

G           Bb
Grow up and be a man

F               C 
Drop dead right where you stand

G          Bb
I'm hangin on a ledge

F                C   (Back to Intro Riff)
Push me over the edge
            
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