Uncle Tupelo - Looking For A Way Out Chords & Tabs


Looking For A Way Out Chords & Tabs

Uncle Tupelo Chords & Tabs

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Looking For A Way Out 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. #

Looking For A Way Out
Still Feel Gone
Uncle Tupelo

	Weirdo - peoples@moe.coe.uga.edu

         D                    Bm
When you find you can somehow
G                         D
Make it like all the rest
      Bm      F#m      D
Won't need to scrounge around
    F#m        A
for someone else
         D              Bm
Torn between the unknown
      G                     D
And a place that you call home
      Bm       F#m      D    F#m         A
And a life you want but have never known
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/u/uncle_tupelo/looking_for_a_way_out_crd.html ]
            G          D                 G
There was a time could put it out of your mind
D                   F#m
Leave it all behind
There was a time
                   D G 320303 D Dsus D
That time is gone

Well whats life in 50 years in this town done for you
Except to learn you name and place on a barstool
Spent your whole life in this county
You've never been out of state
Say your gonna make out before its too late


            A                 G                   Bm
There was a time when nothing seemed to make much sense
          G              A
Now thats turned more intense
            G                      Bm
And all the crutches(?) you kept around
        G       A     D
Are now nowhere to be found

obligatory solo* :)

When you find you somehow make it like all the rest
Won't need to scrounge around for someone else
But now its ... life in some kind of trap looking for a way out
You keep movin' on that's what its all about



Notes: There are some places where you need to fake a couple of runs
like on the G's during the verses. And a couple of D's and A's lift
your finger place on the highest string - meaning the high e when
playing a D and the b when playing an A. When playing the bridge I
sometimes don't play the G (turned more intense) part. The
320303 chord requires you bend the G string up a half step to get that
nice country octave effect.

Have fun!