Knives Out Uke tab by Radiohead

13 Chords used in the song: Cm,A#,G#,Gm,Dm/F,E6,E7,Em6,Em7,Am,A,Dm,D7

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Intro:Cm Cm - A# A# - G# G#-Gm Gm - Dm/F Dm/F - E6 E6 - E7 E7


Cm Cm A# A# G# G#
I want you to know
Gm Gm Dm/F Dm/F Em6 Em6 Em7 Em7
He's not coming back
Cm Cm A# A# G# G#
Look into my eyes
Gm Gm Dm/F Dm/F Em6 Em6 Em7 Em7
I'm not coming back

Am Am A A
So knives out
Dm Dm D7 D7
Catch the mouse
Gm Gm
Don't look down
Dm/F Dm/F Em6 Em6 Em7 Em7
Shove it in your mouth

Cm Cm A# A# G# G#
If you'd been a dog
Gm Gm Dm/F Dm/F Em6 Em6 Em7 Em7
They would've drowned you at birth
Cm Cm A# A# G# G#
Look into my eyes
Gm Gm Dm/F Dm/F Em6 Em6 Em7 Em7
It's the only way you'll know I'm telling the truth

Am Am A A
So knives out
Dm Dm D7 D7
Cook him up
Gm Gm
Squash his head
Dm/F Dm/F Em6 Em6 Em7 Em7
Put him in the pot

Cm Cm - A# A# - G# G#
Gm Gm - Dm/F Dm/F - E6 E6 - E7 E7

Cm Cm A# A# G# G#
I want you to know
Gm Gm Dm/F Dm/F Em6 Em6 Em7 Em7
He's not coming back
Cm Cm A# A# G# G#
He's bloated and frozen
Gm Gm Dm/F Dm/F Em6 Em6 Em7 Em7
Still there's no point in letting it go to waste

Am Am A A
So knives out
Dm Dm D7 D7
Catch the mouse
Gm Gm
Squash his head
Dm/F Dm/F Em6 Em6 Em7 Em7 Em6 Em6
Put him in the pot

 

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About this song

"Knives Out" is a song by English alternative rock band Radiohead. The composition features electric and acoustic guitars, complemented by singer Thom Yorke's vocals. It appears on Radiohead's 2001 album Amnesiac, recorded during the same sessions as the previous album Kid A. It was also released as the second Amnesiac single, receiving more radio airplay than the band's other songs of the period. The song reached #13 on the UK singles chart.