Sunday Morning Call Uke tab by Oasis

9 Chords used in the song: Bb,Dm,D,G,Em,Am7,F,Am,C

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Bb Bb                    Dm Dm  
Here's another Sunday morning call
Bb Bb Dm Dm
You hear your head banging on the door
Bb Bb Dm Dm
You slip those shoes on and then out you crawl
Bb Bb Dm Dm
Into a day that couldn't give you more
D D
But what for?

G G D D
And In your head, do you feel
Em Em Am7 Am7
What you're not supposed to feel
G G D D
And you take, what you want
F F Em Em D D
But you don't get it for free
G G D D
You need, more time
Em Em Am Am G G
Coz your thoughts and words won't last forever more
D D
But I'm not sure
C C Am7 Am7
If it ever works out right
D D
But it's OK , S'Alright <- quiet break

When you're lonely and you start to hear
The little voices in your head at night
You will only sniff away the tears
So you can dance until the morning light
But at what price?

G G D D
And In your head, do you feel
Em Em Am7 Am7
What you're not supposed to feel
G G D D
And you take, what you want
F F Em Em D D
But you can't get hope for free
G G D D
You need, more time
Em Em Am Am G G
Coz your thoughts and words won't last forever more
D D
But I'm not sure

F F C C G G D D
If it ever ever ever works out right
F F C C G G D D
If it ever ever ever works out right
F F C C G G
Coz it never never never works out right

 

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About this song

Sunday Morning Call taken from their fourth studio album, was released as the third and final single from it on 3 July 2000, peaking at #4 in the UK charts. The song is written and sung by Noel Gallagher, who took over lead vocal from brother Liam Gallagher on an A-side for the first time since Don't Look Back In Anger in 1996. Though the song has the same anthemic feel that popularised many Oasis songs, and departs from the psychedelic feel of Standing on the Shoulder of Giants, which had been poorly received by critics, it received a mixed critical reception.