1901 Uke tab by phoenix

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verse: F chordF Am chordAm C chordC Am chordAm

Chorus: F chordF Am chordAm G chordG G chordG

Falling part: same as verse

Counting all different ideas drifting away
Past and present -- they don't matter
Now the future's sorted out
Watch you're moving in elliptical pattern
Think it's not what you say
What you say is way too complicated
For a minute thought I couldn't tell how to fall out

It's seconds 'til the last call going hey hey hey hey hey hey
Lie down you know it's easy like we did it all summer long
And I'll be anything you ask and more going hey hey hey hey hey hey
It's not a miracle we needed and no I wouldn't let you think so
Falling falling falling falling

Girlfriend you know your girlfriend's drifting away
Past and present 1 -19 1
Watch them build up a material tower
Think it's not gonna stay anyway
Think it's overrated
For a minute thought I couldn't tell how to fall out

It's seconds to the last call going hey hey hey hey hey
Lie down you know it's easy like we did it all summer long
And I'll be anything you ask and more going hey hey hey hey hey
It's not a miracle we needed and no I wouldn't let you think so
Falling falling falling falling
Falling falling falling falling

 

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About this song

1901 is a song by French alternative rock band Phoenix and is featured on their fourth studio album, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix. It was released in February 2009 as the album's lead single, originally as a free download from the band's official website, but was issued as a retail single due to the song's popularity. A music video for the song was released in May. In July, the song entered the U.S. Billboard Alternative Songs chart, where it peaked at number one in January 2010.