Karma Police Uke tab by Radiohead

12 Chords used in the song: Am,D/F#,Em,G,F,D,G/F#,C,C/B,Bm,F#,E7

Add tab to your SongBook

View these chords for the Baritone

Transpose chords:
Chord diagrams:
Pin chords to top while scrolling
Tablature / ChordsFont size: A- A A+

Don't know how to read a tab or a chord ? Check out these uke lessons:

Detailed guide to strumming and picking
How to read uke tabs
Reading chord diagrams

Am Am D/F# D/F# Em Em G G
Am Am F F Em Em G G
Am Am D D
G G G/F# G/F#, C C, C/B C/B
Am Am, Bm Bm, D D


Am Am D/F# D/F# Em Em
Kar_ma Police,
G G Am Am
arrest this man,
F F Em Em
he talks in maths,
G G Am Am
he buzzes like a fridge
D D G G C C C/B C/B Am Am Bm Bm D D
he's like a detuned ra_di____o.

Am Am D/F# D/F# Em Em
Kar_ma Police,
G G Am Am
arrest this girl,
F F Em Em
her hitler hairdo,
G G Am Am
is making me feel ill,
D D G G C C C/B C/B Am Am Bm Bm D D
and we have crashed her par_ty____.

C C D D G G F# F#
this is what you'll get,
C C D D G G F# F#
this is what you'll get,
C C D D G G
this is what you'll get,
Bm Bm C C Bm Bm D D
when you mess with us...

Am Am D/F# D/F# Em Em
Kar_ma Police,
G G Am Am
I've given all I can,
F F Em Em
it's not enough,
G G Am Am
I've given all I can,
D D G G C C C/B C/B Am Am Bm Bm D D
but we're still on the pay___roll.

C C D D G G F# F#
this is what you'll get,
C C D D G G F# F#
this is what you'll get,
C C D D G G
this is what you'll get,
Bm Bm C C Bm Bm D D
when you mess with us...

Bm Bm D D G G
And for a minute there,
D D G G D D E7 E7
I lost myself I lost myself,
Bm Bm D D G G
And for a minute there,
D D G G D D E7 E7
I lost myself I lost myself,

Bm Bm D D G G
And for a minute there,
D D G G D D E7 E7
I lost myself I lost myself,
Bm Bm D D G G
Just for a minute there,
D D G G D D E7 E7
I lost myself I lost myself

 

Tab comments (2)
You must be logged in to join the discussion
or Register

 

Granitanita avatar
very nice tab!
15 Jan 2021
goomy avatar
this tab is so good
19 Jul 2020
About this song

Karma Police is the second single from Radiohead's 1997 album OK Computer. It is Radiohead's most successful song worldwide, apart from Creep. The song is perhaps best recognized for its piano riff, and for its dark bass line. Karma Police, like several other songs that would make up OK Computer, was debuted live in 1996, when the band briefly supported Alanis Morissette on an American tour. A live version of Karma Police, performed with a rhodes piano on The Late Show with David Letterman, is captured in the Radiohead documentary Meeting People Is Easy.