B L A C K E Y E D B R U I S E R Ab If you see me walkin' down the street, better get out my way. I'm a real king-hitter, always have my say. If you're lookin' for a heavy time, best you don't come around. Or else you'll get your heavy six feet of solid ground. C# D I don't like touble but if troubles the name of your game. Eb You know where you can find me boy, everybody knows my name. E F# Ab I'm the black eyed, the black eyed, the black eyed bruiser. Ab I used to be a peaceful man of flowers and love. I believed in my soul and the good lord above. But I was forced to change my tune, my candles and grace. By the power of the dollar and the kicks in the face. C# D There ain't no peace in this world, that's a fact, take a good look around. Eb So I'm gonna stand here and fight, ain't nobody putting me down. E F# Ab They call me the black eyed, the black eyed, black eyed bruiser. Ab C# Ab C# Ab All I want is a little bit of understanding. C# Ab C# Ab I don't wanna be the man I am. Ab C# Ab C# Ab All I need is a little bit of lovin' care now. C# Ab C# Ab Don't wanna be a hated man. E F# Ab Don't wanna be, don't wanna be a black eyed bruiser. E F# Ab I don't wanna be, I don't wanna be, a black eyed bruiser. E F# Ab They call me a black eyed, black eyed, they call me the black eyed bruiser. etc. I have used barre chords for this basic rythym version of this classic Oz Rock song. The Ab is quickly released and/or slid down to the F# for the majority of the verses.