Wipe Those Prints And Run Tab

More Beulah Tabs

Artist: Beulah
 Album: Yoko
  Song: Wipe Those Prints And Run

Tabbed by: Aydin Turgay



INTRO:
Am, D (X3)


VERSE 1:
Am                      D
So, it's time for us to run
Am                                  D
Grab your things, lock the door and run
Am                              
Home is such a dirty word, no matter what you heard
D
It's a lie
Am                   D
Wipe your prints and run


CHORUS:
G                       C
Fame, it means a lot to us
G                                 C
Wash your little hands all by yourself


VERSE 2:
Am                            D
Don't, it breaks your back so run
Am                                        D
Don't look back, no don't look back, just run
Am                                                D
Behind every lonely mile, there lies another mile just for you
Am                   D
You won't be coming home


CHORUS:
G                       C
Fame, it means a lot to us
G                                 C
Wash your little hands all by yourself


BRIDGE:
   Bm                           A
It breaks your heart, it won't take your soul
Em                                                  A
Watch the country fade from the road, you gotta believe me
C                                     G
Hold on to something strong, it won't move
C                                              G
On your own, you said it boy, but you're still free
        Dm                      C
You'll always, you'll always be free


SOLO:
Over verse chords - Am, D (X4)


OUTRO:
  G                                     C
I sold my soul for rock and roll and a case of beer
G                                 C
I think I would trade it all for another year


G, C (fade)



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