Riders On The Storm Uke tab by The Doors

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INTRO : Em A ( x12 )


Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
Riders on the storm
Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
Riders on the storm
Am chordAm Bm chordBm C chordC D chordD
Into this house we're born
Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
Into this world we're thrown
D chordD
Like a dog without a bone
C chordC
An actor out on lone
Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
Riders on the storm


Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
There's a killer on the road
Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
His brain is squirmin' like a toad
Am chordAm Bm chordBm C chordC D chordD
Take a long holiday
Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
Let your children play
D chordD
If you give this man a ride
C chordC
Sweet family will die
Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
Killer on the road yeah


Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
Girl you gotta love your man
Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
Girl you gotta love your man
Am chordAm Bm chordBm C chordC D chordD
Take him by the hand
Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
Make him understand
D chordD
The world on you depends
C chordC
Our life will never end
Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm A chordA
You gotta love your man yeah

Em chordEm A chordA ; Em7 chordEm7A chordA ; Em7 chordEm7A chordA ; Em chordEm A chordA
Em7 chordEm7 A chordA ; Em7 chordEm7 A chordA ; Em7 chordEm7 Em7 chordEm7 A chordA

Em chordEm A chordA Em chordEm
Riders on the storm x

 

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About this song

"Riders on the Storm" is a song by The Doors from their 1971 album, L.A. Woman; it reached number 14 on the charts. According to band member Robby Krieger, it was inspired by the song, "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend". The song is played in the E Dorian mode, and incorporates real sound effects of thunder and rain, along with Ray Manzarek's Fender Rhodes electric piano playing, which emulates the sound of rain.The song's lyrics allude in part to the notorious spree killer Billy Cook Read more on Last.fm.