Climbing Up The Walls Uke tab by Radiohead

3 Chords used in the song: Bm,G,Em

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intro:
Bm Bm - Bm Bm - Bm Bm - G G - Em Em - Em Em -
- G G
Bm Bm - Bm Bm - Bm Bm - G G - Em Em - Em Em -
- G G
Bm Bm - Bm Bm - Bm Bm - G G - Em Em - Em Em -
- G G
Bm Bm - Bm Bm - Bm Bm - G G - Em Em - Em Em -
- G G

verse 1:


Bm Bm G G Em Em
I am the key to the lock in your house

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
That keeps your toys in the basement

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
And if you get too far inside

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
You'll only see my reflection

Bm Bm G G Em Em
It's always best when the light is off

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
I am the pick in the ice

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
Do not cry out or hit the alarm

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
You know we're friends till we die


chorus:

Em Em
And either way you turn

G G
I'll be there

Em Em
Open up your skull

G G
I'll be there

Em Em
Climbing up the walls


verse 2:

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
It's always best when the light is off

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
It's always better on the outside

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
Fifteen blows to the back of your head

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
Fifteen blows to your mind

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
So lock the kids up safe tonight

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
Put the eyes in the cupboard

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
I've got the smell of a local man

G G Bm Bm G G Em Em
Who's got the loneliest feeling


chorus 2:

G G Em Em
That either way he turns

G G
I'll be there

Em Em
Open up your skull

G G
I'll be there

Em Em
Climbing up the walls

Em Em
Climbing up the walls

Em Em
Climbing up the walls

 

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About this song

Thom: "This is about the unspeakable. Literally skull-crushing. I used to work in a mental hospital around the time that Care In The Community started, and we all just knew what was going to happen. And it's one of the scariest things to happen in this country, because a lot of them weren't just harmless... It was hailing violently when we recorded this. It seemed to add to the mood. Some people can't sleep with the curtains open in case they see the eyes they imagine in their heads every night burning through the glass.