Palo Alto Uke tab by Radiohead

4 Chords used in the song: A,G,D,E

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"Palo Alto" by Radiohead
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Strum a muted D D while this part is sung:

In the city of the future it is difficult to concentrate
meet the boss meet the wife everybody's happy everybody's made for life

Then this with heavy distortion

A 002220
G 210003
D 000232

A A A A G G D D
//// //// /////////////////// (8 on G G, 8 on D D)

A A A A G G D D
//// //// /////////////////// (8 on G G, 8 on D D)

Each little / is a downstroke

Use a muted D D, again. Oh yeah you also want to have someone
running their fingers up and down the fretboard just like Ed
O'Brien does. Ed is a great magician of the guitar making all
of those sounds. A A true pro.

In the city of the future it is difficult to find a space
i'm too busy to see you, we're to busy to wait

But I'm OK
A A
////
How 'bout you?
A A
////
thanks for asking thanks for asking
G G D D
/////////////////// (8 on G G 8 on D D)

But I'm OK
A A
////
How 'bout you?
A A
////
i hope you're ok too.
G G D D
/////////////////// (8 on G G 8 on D D)
Solo
E E
b 15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8/9- repeat about 3 times.
(after that go into this until the end. Something like 12 times)
b-8-6-6-6--8-6-6-6--8-6-6-6--8-6-5-6/15

Note: THIS IS NOT MINE, I SUBMITTED IT HERE JUST SO I COULD SPREAD IT MORE. ORIGINAL LINK HERE

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About this song

A Radiohead B-Side that appeared on "Airbag/How Am I Driving?" and "Lost Treasures". The song was originally titled "OK Computer", and is named after the computer-driven city of Palo Alto, California, United States, out of which companies such as Facebook, VMware and Hewlett-Packard operate. Read more on Last.fm.