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Yoko Kanno, Lithium Flower Tabs (ver.1)

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Lithium Flower Tabs (ver.1)

Yoko Kanno Tabs
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                             Lithium Flower- Yoko Kanno
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I'd just like to say, that this song ownes.

Tuning: standard tuning works well.

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D|-------3--3----6--6----1--1----5-6-5-3-1----|
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((Throughout the verses, improvise a little...))
she's so cold and human
it's something humans do
she stays so golden solo           
she's so number nine 
she's incredible math
just incredible math

and is she really human?
she's just so something new
a waking lithium flower
just about to bloom
I smell lithium now
smelling lithium now

how is she when she doesn't surf?
how is she when she doesn't surf?
how is she when she doesn't surf?
I wonder what she does when she wakes up?
when she wakes up

so matador
so calm
so oil on a fire
she's so good
she's so goddess lithium flower
so sonic wave
yeah, she's so groove, yeah
she's so groove
yeah
 ((About here, come in again...))
wow, where did she learn how to surf?
wow, where did she learn how to surf?
wow, where did she learn how to surf?
you know I've never seen the girl wipe out

how does she so perfectly surf?
how does she so perfectly surf?
how does she so perfectly surf?
I wonder what she does when she wakes up?

I wanna go surfing with her
I wanna go surfing with her
I wanna go surfing with her
I wanna go surfing with her
            

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