Tabbed By: Peterdwdawe Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tuning: Standard I love this song, and i'm almost 100% sure this is right. Comments and corrections welcome. C G the rain starts off and it wakes you up E Am C F you can't sleep with that racket on the roof C G you get up slow but you can't get going E Am C F it seems this morning the lowness has won C G E did you stop to see? mediocrity and your self pity, Am C F they were stealing a kiss, look at their lips, still shiny C G did you notice that happiness E Am C F happens less the more often you stop to find where it's been hiding C G you say, "it's not my fault that i get so low E Am there's a weight on my soul that just keeps pulling me down, C F it's pulling me down, i swear it" Am G C F so come on by my house and unleash me your monsters Am G C F with you at the healm we'll go crashing around together Am G C F and don't mistake some initial hate for something more than cautionary Am G C F cause baby this is love, i'll come down to hell to keep you company Am F C G of all the days we've got we should be screaming out... Am F C G of all the days we've got we should be singing... C G Am G x2 (C) G Am what's to be done? one hundred and one G C in a tent for twelve with fingers and elbows G Am in innocent ribs, we're minding our business G C we're just minding our business instead of minding our minds G Am in times when the storms will ravage your clothes, G C the sound and the colour could render you blind G Am and the throes of a nightmare can sing you to sleep G C then some foreign machine wakes you up at a mean hour G Am but heaven is there, under your hair, G C it hides in the noon noise way up in the air G Am like a bird on the breeze G C waiting for you and maybe me too (C) G Am G x2 (C) G Am whats there to do? one hundred and two G C are out on the doorstep and they're pushing the bolts back G Am they're wanting in, they're humming our hymn G C everybodys singing like beautiful birds... G Am C everybodys singing like beautiful birds... (C) G Am G in the trees, listen to it, it's easy man, you can do it too C G Am G sing: i know what i want C G Am G i know what i need cause it's the simplest thing Am F C G of all the nights we've got we should be stepping out... Am F C G of all the nights we've got we should be stepping out... Am F C G of all the nights we touch we should be swinging around from house to house C G if i could cheer you up it would mean so much, Am G Am F clowns in love and laughing it off, laughing it off, laughing it off C G you say, "its not my fault that i get so low E Am E but to drown you too, that's a sick way to love, it's a sick way to love, F it's a fucking sick way to love"