Franz Ferdinand - Eleanor Put Your Boots On Chords & Tabs

 

Eleanor Put Your Boots On Chords & Tabs

Franz Ferdinand Chords & Tabs

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Eleanor Put Your Boots On Chords

   
This is an absolutely amazing song....hope you enjoy.

INTRO: ("Ready, mate?" "Yeah.")

G Bm G Bm G Bm G Bm G Bm

VERSE:

C                 Bm
Eleanor put those boots back on
         C              Bm
Kick the heels into the Brooklyn dirt
  C              Bm          F#dim
I know it isn't dignified to run

           G           D
But if you run, you can run to the 
C            Bm
Coney Island roller coaster
G           D
Ride to the highest point
    C               Bm
And leap across the filthy water
C                Bm                      F
Leap until the gulf stream's brought you down
      G       Bm 
Mmmmm-hmmmm

CHORUS:

G                         Bm
I could be there when you land
G                         Bm       C
I could be there when you laaaaaaand...

INSTRUMENTAL BREAK:
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/f/franz_ferdinand/eleanor_put_your_boots_on_crd.html ]
Gm C Gm C Gm Em Am Em D

VERSE: (Same chords as before)

So Eleanor take a Greenpoint three-point(???)
Turn towards the hidden sun
You know you are so elegant when you run

Oh if you run, you can run
To that statue with the dictionary
Climb to her fingernail 
And leap yeah! take an atmospheric
Leap and let the jet stream set you down
Mmmm-hmmm
CHORUS: (slightly different this time)

G Bm G Bm

G                         Bm
I could be there when you land
G                         Bm
I could be there when you land
G                         Bm   C   Gm 
I could be there when you laaaaaaannd

INSTRUMENTAL BREAK:

C Gm C Gm C Gm C Em Am Em D

ENDING:

   G                 D
So Eleanor put those boots back on
G                    D                 C
Put those boots back on the ground and run
             Em
Come on over here
C            Em
Come on over here
C            G     
Come on over here 

(And end on a nice C chord)


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