Shakespeares Sister - Hello Chords & Tabs


Hello Chords & Tabs

Shakespeares Sister Chords & Tabs

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Hello Chords

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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
From: (Tobias Gmelin)

 "Hello", Shakespeare Sisters

C                            D
Woke up this morning and the streets were full of cars,
F                                C
all bright and shiny like they'd just arrived from mars,
C                              D
and as I stumbled through last night drunken to be,
F                             C
the paperboy screamed out the headlines in the street,
Gm                       F 
another war, and now the pound is looking weak,
D#                          Dm
and tell me, have you read about the latest freak ?
Gm                          F
we're bingo numbers and our names are obsolete,
D#                         D
why do I feel bitter, when I should feel so sweet ?

[ Tab from: ]
G              Em              Hm        D
Hello , hello, turn your radio on,
         G                  Em                Hm         D
is there anybody out there, help me sing this song,
         C                        Hm
la la la love is a strange thing;
C                          D                          G
just when you think you've learned how to use it it's gone.

2nd verse:

Woke up this morning and my head was in a dace,
a brave new world had downed upon the human race,
but words are meaningless and everything's so real,
gonna have to reach my friends to find out how I feel.
And if I taste the honey - is it really sweet ?
And do I eat it with my hands or with my feet ?
Does anybody really listen when I speak ?
Or will I have to say it all again next week ?

That's all...
(No guarantee for the lyrics, I'm not a native speaker !)

*  Tobias Gmelin                         |                               *
*              |                               *
*                                        | "Das Feld hat immer Recht !"  *
*  Student of electronics                |                               *
*  and electrical engineering            | "The field is always right !" *
*                                        |                               *
*  University of Karlsruhe, Germany      |                               *