Run To The Hills Uke tab by Iron Maiden

10 Chords used in the song: E, D, C, G, A, F, B, F#, Em, F#m

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E E         D D            E E 
White man came across the sea
C C D D G G A A
Brought us pain and misery
E E D D E E
KIlled our tribes killed our creed
C C D D G G A A
Took our game for his own need

E E D D E E
We fought him hard fought him well
C C D D G G A A
Out on the plains we gave him hell
F F D D E E
But many came too much for Cree
C C D D G G D D
Oh will we ever be set free?

D D
Riding throught dustclouds and barren wastes
C C C C B B C C B B
Galloping hard on the plain
D D
Chasing the redskins back to their holes
C C C C B B C C B B
Fighting them at their own game

A A C C
Murder for freedom a stab in the back
F F D D
Women and children and cowards attack

Chorus
G G F F C C G G G G E E F F F# F#
Run to the hills run for your lives
F F F F C C G G G G E E F F F# F#
Run to the hills run for your lives

D D
Soldier blue on the barren wastes
C C C C B B C C B B
Hunting and killing their game
D D
Raping the women and wasting the men
C C C C B B C C B B
The only good Indians are tame

A A C C
Selling them whisky and taking their gold
F F D D
Enslaving the young and destroying the old

Solo
Em Em F#m F#m G G C C (4X)

Bridge
A A B B C C D D (4X)

Chorus
G G F F C C G G G G E E F F F# F#
Run to the hills run for your lives
F F F F C C G G G G E E F F F# F#
Run to the hills run for your lives

 

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About this song

"Run to the Hills" is Iron Maiden's sixth single and the first single from their 1982 album The Number of the Beast. It was written by Steve Harris, bassist and founder of the band.The song itself is about the conflict between Native Americans and the invading white men. The first verse is written from the point of view of the native Cree, the second from the point of view of white soldiers, and the third from a more neutral observer point of view. Read more on Last.fm.