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Artist: Andrew Bird
  Song: Lull


Tabbed by: Clark Wolf (oddmenout4@yahoo.com)

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Verse 1:
D (Intro riff)
Being alone, it can be quite romantic
Like Jacques Cousteau underneath the Atlantic
  G                G        D (Intro Riff)
A fantastic voyage to parts unknown
D (Intro riff)
Going to depths where the sun's never shone
      G         G               D (Intro riff)
And I fascinate myself when I'm alone

Verse 2:
D (Intro Riff)
So I go a little overboard, but hang on to the hull
While I'm airbrushing fantasy art on a life
       G                   G
That's really kind of dull
     D (Intro riff)
Oh, I'm in a lull 

G            D (Intro riff)
Oh, I'm in a lull

G     G

Verse 3:
    D (Intro Riff)
I'm all for moderation, but sometimes it seems
Moderation itself can be a kind of extreme
So I joined the congregation
I joined the softball team
  D (Intro Riff)
I went in for my confirmation
Where incense looks like steam
I start conjugating proverbs
Where once there were nouns
D (Intro Riff)
This whole damn rhyme scheme's
                   G      G
Starting to get me down

Chorus x3

Instrumental Verse

Verse 1

Verse 4:
I'm rambling on rather self-consciously
While I'm stirring these condiments into my tea
And I think I'm so lame, I bet I think this song's about me
Don't I, don't I, don't I?
I'm in a lull...

Chorus repeatedly and same pattern