Lightning Crashes Uke tab by Live

6 Chords used in the song: F,C,Gm,G,Asus2,Em

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Original tuning : -0.5 step(s) [ ? ]
-= VERSE I =-

F F C C Gm Gm
lightning crashes, a new mother cries
F F C C Gm Gm
her placenta falls to the floor
F F C C Gm Gm
the angel opens her eyes
F F
the confusion sets in
C C Gm Gm
before the doctor can even close the door
F F C C Gm Gm
lightning crashes, an old mother dies
F F C C Gm Gm
her intentions fall to the floor
F F C C Gm Gm
the angel closes her eyes
F F
the confusion that was hers
C C Gm Gm
belongs now, to the baby down the hall

-= CHORUS I =-

F F C C Gm Gm F F
oh now feel it comin' back again
C C Gm Gm F F
like a rollin' thunder chasing the wind
C C Gm Gm F F
forces pullin' from the center of the earth again
C C Gm Gm
I can feel it


-= VERSE II =-

F F C C G G
lightning crashes, a new mother cries
F F C C G G
this moment she's been waiting for
F F C C G G
the angel opens her eyes
F F
pale blue colored iris
C C
presents the circle
G G
and puts the glory out to hide, hide


-= CHORUS II =-

F F C C G G F F
oh now feel it comin' back again
C C G G F F
like a rollin' thunder chasing the wind
C C G G F F
forces pullin' from the center of the earth again
C C G G
I can feel it
F F C C G G
I can feel it

Bridge:

During the vocalization, alternate between Asus2 Asus2 and Em Em ending with F F

 

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About this song

"Lightning Crashes" is a song by alternative rock group Live from their 1994 album, Throwing Copper. While it wasn't officially released as a commercially purchasable single in the United States, the song received enough radio airplay to peak at the #12 position on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay music chart in 1995. The song also topped the Billboard Album Rock Tracks (10 weeks) and Hot Modern Rock Tracks (9 weeks) charts also in 1995.