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Artist: Midlake
 Album: Bamnan and Slivercork
  Song: Some Of Them Are Superstitious

[http://www.indieguitartabs.com/bands/midlake/05_some_of_them_are_superstitious.html]

Tabbed by: me, Matt V. (thegaggingorder [at] yahoo)



Intro:
B  F# x8
C#m  C#m 
B  F# x2
Em  G#m  F# C# Em

B                F#
some of them are superstitious
B                  F#               B         F#    B    F#
sitting with their backs facing the orchard.
B                 F#
all of them with mittens on their
B                   F#                B       F#    B    F#
hands and feet were waiting there for winter.
C#m
thousands on the freeze, well
                        B       F#    B    F#
i could never join them there.
Em
and then we dare not bother,
	                         G#m  F#  C#  Em
but couldn't help but holler Yeah!
C#
there's no use in hiding
    Em                       G#m    F#
the joy from the bright blue sun.
C#
i could wait for winter.
Em                 B      F#
better if it never comes.

B                 F#
some of them were superstitious
B               F#              B             F#    B   F#
watching them parade around the townsquare.
B                 F#
some of them were praising
    B                F#                    B       F#    B    F#
monocled men simply 'cause they don't know better.
C#m
someone to protect them.
                         B      F#    B    F#
someone to keep track of them.

Em
no, i don't believe them.
                      G#m  F#
i would rather holler Yeah!
C#
there's no use in hiding
Em                           G#m  F#
the joy from the bright blue sun.
C#
now you say you're leaving
Em                              Eb (key change)
but leaving will just bring you down.

(bridge)

Eb  Bb  Fm  Bb
Eb  Bb  Fm  Bb

Eb          Cm                 Bb
Can you operate machines like that?
Eb              Cm                Bb
Miles a day on tough terrain and grass.
Eb               Cm           Bb
I'm not sure if we will meet again.
  Eb                   Cm                   Bb
I guess it depends on which company you're in.

   (four bars on each chord)

Eb Bb

    Eb           Cm           Bb
And when you're gone, you're gone.
   Eb        Cm       Bb
So soon, so soon, so long.
    Fm                 Bb                   Fm          Bb
But life, it works for someone. And you're someone.

   Eb        Cm       Bb
So soon, so soon, so long.
    Eb           Cm           Bb
And when you're gone, you're gone.
    Fm                 Bb                   Fm          Bb
And life, it works for someone. And you're someone.
       Fm          Bb
You're someone.
       Fm          Bb
You're someone.       La la la-ah lah.

   (four bars on each chord)

Eb  Cm  F  Eb