Wake Up Uke tab by Mad Season

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Am chordAm G chordG
Wake up young man it's time to wake up
D chordD C chordC Am chordAm
Your love affair has got to go
G chordG Am chordAm
For 1 long years for 1 long years
G chordG
The leaves to rake up
D chordD C chordC Am chordAm G chordG
Slow suicide's no way to go oh
Am chordAm
Blue clouded grey
G chordG
You're not a crack up
D chordD C chordC Am chordAm
Dizzy and weakened by the haze
G chordG
Moving onward
D chordD C chordC Am chordAm
So an infection not a phase
Yeah oh



The cracks and lines from where you gave up
They make an easy man to read oh
For all the times you let them bleed you
For a little peace from God you plead and beg
For a little peace from God you plead
Ahhaahh Yeah Ahhaahh Yeah Ahhaahh Yeah

Wake up young man wake up wake up
Wake up wake up wake up wake up
Oh yeah

Wake up young man it's time to wake up
Your love affair has got to go yeah
For 1 long years for 1 long years
The leaves to rake up
Slow suicide's no way to go oh
Slow suicide's no way to go
Wake up wake up wake up
Wake up wake up wake up

 

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About this song

This song, together with "River of Deceit", started the project Mad Season. Mike McCready met bassist John Baker Saunders while they were both in rehabilitation in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They wrote this song in 1994 in Seattle, Washington, and there they met Barret Martin. McCready then brought in friend and Alice in Chains frontman Layne Staley to round out the line-up. Layne's friend had hoped that being around sober musicians would push Staley to get himself sober. Read more on Last.fm.