Touch Uke tab by Daft Punk

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Am chordAm C chordC
Touch I remember touch
Em chordEm
Pictures came with touch
D chordD
a painter in my mind

Am chordAm
Tell me what you see
C chordC
a tourist in a dream
Em chordEm
a visitor it seems
D chordD
a half-forgotten song
Am chordAm
Where do I belong

C chordC D chordD
F#m chordF#m
Tell me what you see
D chordD C chordC
I need something more

Am chordAm C chordC
Kiss suddenly alive
Em chordEm
Happiness arrive
D chordD
Hunger like a storm
Am chordAm
How do I begin
C chordC
a room within a room
Em chordEm
a door behind a door
D chordD
Touch where do you lead
Am chordAm
I need something more

C chordC D chordD
Em chordEm
Tell me what you see
D chordD C chordC
I need something more

C chordC D chordD Bm chordBm-Em chordEm

C chordC D chordD
Hold on
Bm chordBm Em chordEm C chordC
If love is the answer hold on

C chordC D chordD
Touch sweet touch
Bm chordBm Em chordEm C chordC
You've given me too much to feel
D chordD
Sweet touch
Bm chordBm Em chordEm C chordC
You've almost convinced me I'm real

I need something more

 

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About this song

“This track is the crux of the album. It’s the starting point for the whole album. It’s us meeting Paul Williams [composer of film music, including "Phantom of the Paradise" and actor]. A sound engineer that we know presented him to us. He visited us in the studio. From there, something very cinamatographic, very narrative came out. ‘Touch’ would best define the psychedelic side of ‘Random Access Memories’. This song has 250 different tracks. It’s the most complex, the craziest of the album.” - Daft Punk Read more on Last.fm.