White Rabbit Uke tab by Jefferson Airplane

6 Chords used in the song: Gb, G, A, C, D, E

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Intro:

xA|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
xE|--2-2-------2---2-2-2-------2---2-3-3-------3---3-3-3-------3---3-2--|
xC|------1-1-1---1-------1-1-1---1-------2-2-2---2-------2-2-2---2------|
xG|---------------------------------------------------------------------|

[Solo]
xA|--------------------------------------------|
xE|--2-----2/3/5------2h3p2---------------2----|
xC|----1/2-------3/4--------4--2---------------|
xG|------------------------------6---4\3----3--|

xA|--9-9h10p9-5-4-4-5-9-10-9-5-4-2/4-5-4-2-4-2-4p2-2-1------|
xE|----------------------------------------------------3-2--|
xC|---------------------------------------------------------|
xG|---------------------------------------------------------|



Verse 1:
Gb Gb G G
One pill makes you larger and one pill makes you small.
Gb Gb G G
And the ones that mother gives you, don`t do anything,

at all.
A A C C D D A A
Go ask Alice, when she`s ten feet tall.



Verse 2:
Gb Gb G G
And if you go chasing rabbits, and you know you`re going

to fall.
Gb Gb G G
Tell them a hookah smoking caterpillar has given you the call.
A A C C D D A A
Call Alice, when she was just small.



Verse 3:
E E A A
When the men on the chessboard get up and tell you where to go.
E E A A
And you`ve just had some kind of mushroom..and your mind is

moving low..
Gb Gb
Go ask Alice..I think she`ll know.



Verse 4:
Gb Gb G G
When logic and improportion have fallen sloppy dead.
Gb Gb G G
And the White Knight is talking backwards and the Red Queen`s

off with her head.


A A C C D D A A
Remember what the dormouse said...
E E A A E E A A
Feed your head! Feed your head!

 

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About this song

"White Rabbit" was written by Grace Slick, who based the lyrics on Lewis Carroll's book Alice In Wonderland. Like many young musicians in San Francisco, Slick did a lot of drugs. She saw lots of drug references in Carroll's book, including the pills, the smoking caterpillar, the mushroom, and lots of other images that are generally trippy. She noticed that lots of childrens stories involve a substance of some kind that alters reality, and felt it was time to write a song about it.