Grandaddy - Hewletts Daughter Chords & Tabs

 

Hewletts Daughter Chords & Tabs

Grandaddy Chords & Tabs

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Hewletts Daughter Chords

   
From the album, "The Software Slump"

::Verse Riff I::
G
Hewlett's Daughter
Am
Loved her father, and I think she
D                   G
Loved me too for a little while

::Interlude::
(played during the first verse riff)
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::Verse II::
G
Hewlett's daughter
Am
I forgot her and now I'm treatin'
F
Water... (water...water...water)and
G
Waste at night

::Chorus I::
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Am             D
High above the wrecks 
                     G
On ice shelves and glaciers
   Am            D                      G
I spy below the mess, and messure the pressure
       Am             B
Where sofas float on roads, and somebody
 C                                Am
Stole your guns, yes, sir I'm the only one
                   C             D                     G
to give back your stolen guns, I should have been your son

(repeat the interlude twice !!!)

::Chorus II::
Am             D
High above the wrecks
                   G
On ice shelves and dressers
      Am            D                  G
With "Crash United" sewn on all of my dress shirts
   Am            B                 C
We firefell the roads and somebody stole your guns
                  Am                         C
Yes, sir, I'm the only one to give back your stolen guns
  D                     Em (fill 1)   Am 
I should have been your son
                  C           D                     G
Yes, sir, I'm the only one, I should have been your son
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