Creep Uke tab by Radiohead

4 Chords used in the song: C,E,F,Fm

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Intro: C C, E E, F F, Fm Fm


C C
When you were here before,
E E
Couldn't look you in the eye
F F
You're just like an angel,
Fm Fm
Your skin makes me cry


C C
You float like a feather
E E
In a beautiful world
F F
I wish I was special
Fm Fm
You're so very special


C C
But I'm a creep,
E E
I'm a weirdo
F F
What the hell am I doin' here?
Fm Fm
I don't belong here


C C
I don't care if it hurts,
E E
I wanna have control
F F
I want a perfect body
Fm Fm
I want a perfect soul


C C
I want you to notice
E E
when I'm not around
F F
You're so very special
Fm Fm
I wish I was special


C C
But I'm a creep
E E
I'm a weirdo
F F
What the hell am I doin' here?
Fm Fm
I don't belong here, ohhhh, ohhhh


C C E E
She's running out the door
F F
She's running out
Fm Fm
She run run run run...
C C E E
run...
F F Fm Fm
run...

C C
Whatever makes you happy
E E
Whatever you want
F F
You're so very special
I wish I was special


C C
But I'm a creep,
E E
I'm a weirdo
F F
What the hell am I doin' here?
Fm Fm
I don't belong here


C C (Let it ring)
I don't belong here...

 

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Hilqui00661 avatar
flag for CA(ISO2) (Minto )
perfect and really easy to play and sounds great !
15 Aug 2017
tadam3000 avatar
flag for US(ISO2) (Bettendorf)
Is this supposed to be an attempt at showing how to transpose songs so that the familiar fingering from standard tuning can be used on a baritone? Should be G Bb C Cm
13 Sep 2009
About this song

"Creep" is the first single released by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, and is a track on their debut album Pablo Honey (1993). It was written by the band's singer, Thom Yorke, and released in the United Kingdom initially in September 1992. When it was first given limited release, however, Radio 1 found it "too depressing", and removed it from their playlist after airing it only twice. However, it subsequently became one of the band's biggest hits, and became their only Top 40 hit in the United States until 2008's "Nude", despite the success of their future albums in the country.