Who Can It Be Now Uke tab by Men At Work

6 Chords used in the song: E, D, C#m, B, F#m, A

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E E                      D D  
Who can it be knocking at my door?
C#m C#m B B
Go 'way, don't come 'round here no more.
E E D D
Can't you see that it's late at night?
C#m C#m B B
I'm very tired, and I'm not feeling right.
E E D D
All I wish is to be alone;
C#m C#m B B
Stay away, don't you invade my home.
E E D D
Best off if you hang outside,
C#m C#m B B
Don't come in - I'll only run and hide.

C#m C#m
Who can it be now?
B B
Who can it be now?
C#m C#m
Who can it be now?
B B
Who can it be now?

E E D D
Who can it be knocking at my door?
C#m C#m B B
Make no sound, tip-toe across the floor.
E E D D
If he hears, he'll knock all day,
C#m C#m B B
I'll be trapped, and here I'll have to stay.
E E D D
I've done no harm , I keep to myself;
C#m C#m B B
There's nothing wrong with my state of mental health.
E E D D
I like it here with my childhood friend;

C#m C#m B B
Here they come, those feelings again!

C#m C#m
Who can it be now?
B B
Who can it be now?
C#m C#m
Who can it be now?
B B
Who can it be now?

F#m F#m B B
Is it the man come to take me away?
F#m F#m B B
Why do they follow me?
F#m F#m B B
It's not the future that I can see,
F#m F#m
It's just my fantasy

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# B B B B B B

# Solo -
# E E E E D D E E - E E E E D D E E - E E E E D D E E - E E E E D D E E

# ( B B A A )
# Oh...Who can it be now?

# Oh...Who can it...Who can it...

 

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JohnB09 avatar
flag for US(ISO2) (Denville)
Cool!
01 Sep 2010
About this song

"Who Can It Be Now?" is a 1981 song by Australian band Men At Work, from their first album, Business As Usual. In 1982 the song charted at #1 in the USA, #2 in Australia and #45 in the UK despite the improper grammar of its titular lyric.