Hungry Like The Wolf Uke tab by Duran Duran (Baritone Chords)

6 Chords used in the song: E, D, C, G, F, Em7

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E E
Dark in the city, night is a wire
Steam in the subway, the earth is afire
D D E E
Do do doo do - do doo do - do doo do - do doo do - do do

E E
Woman you want me, give me a sign
And catch me breathing even closer behind
D D E E
Do do doo do - do doo do - do doo do - do doo do - do do


Chorus
C C G G F F
In touch with the ground, I'm on the hunt I'm after you
C C G G
I smell like I sound, I'm lost and I'm found
F F D D
And I'm hungry like the wolf
C C G G F F
Straddle the line, it's discord and rhyme, I'm on the hunt I'm after you
C C G G F F D D
Mouth is alive, all running inside, and I'm hungry like the wolf
Em7 Em7


E E
Stalked in the forest, too close to hide
I'll be upon you by the moonlight side
D D E E
Do do doo do - do doo do - do doo do - do doo do - do do

E E
High blood drumming on your skin, it's so tight
You feel my heat, I'm just a moment behind
D D E E
Do do doo do - do doo do - do doo do - do doo do - do do


Chorus
C C G G
I smell like I sound, I'm lost and I'm found
F F D D
And I'm hungry like the wolf
C C G G F F
Straddle the line, it's discord and rhyme, I'm on the hunt I'm after you
C C G G F F D D
Mouth is alive, with juices like wine, and I'm hungry like the wolf
Em7 Em7

 

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About this song

"Hungry Like the Wolf" is a song by the British New Wave band Duran Duran. Written by the band members, the song was produced by Colin Thurston for the group's second studio album Rio (1982). The song was released in May 1982 as the album's fifth single in the United Kingdom. It reached the top five of the UK Singles Chart, and received a silver certification by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI).