Idioteque Uke tab by Radiohead

3 Chords used in the song: Em,Cmaj7,C

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Em Em
Who's in a bunker?
Cmaj7 Cmaj7
Who's in a bunker?
Em Em C C
Women and children first
And the children first
And the children
Em Em Cmaj7 Cmaj7
I'll laugh until my head comes off
Em Em C C
I'll swallow till I burst
Until I burst
Until I

Who's in a bunker?
Who's in a bunker?
I have seen too much
I haven't seen enough
You haven't seen it
I'll laugh until my head comes off
Women and children first
And children first
And children

Em Em Cmaj7 Cmaj7
Here I'm allowed
Em Em C C
Everything all of the time
Em Em Cmaj7 Cmaj7
Here I'm allowed
Em Em C C
Everything all of the time

 

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About this song

"Idioteque" is the eighth track on Radiohead's album Kid A (2000). Driven by electronic beats, it was seen as a departure for the rock band, but remains a fan favourite, especially at live concerts. Singer Thom Yorke usually dances during the song, and the crowd joins in singing the second verse ("Ice age coming, ice age coming"). The song has been played at nearly every concert since 2001. The song features a prominent sample from "Mild und Leise" - an experimental computer piece from 1973 by electronic music pioneer Paul Lansky.