After Hours Uke tab by We Are Scientists

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Intro:

E chordE

Verse:

E chordE
This door is always open
This door is always open
A chordA B chordB
No one has the guts to shut us out
E chordE
But if we have to go now
I guess there's always hope that
A chordA B chordB
Some place will be serving after hours

Chorus:

C# chordC# B chordB
This night is winding down but
E chordE
Time means nothing
C# chordC# B chordB
As always at this hour
E chordE
Time means nothing
C# chordC# B chordB
One final final round cos
E chordE
Time means nothing
A chordA B chordB E chordE
Say that you'll stay
A chordA B chordB E chordE
Say that you'll stay

We're finally drunk enough that
We're finally soaking up
The hours that everyone else throws away
And if we have to go now
I guess there's always hope
Tomorrow night will be more of the same

This night is winding down but
Time means nothing
As always at this hour
Time means nothing
One final final round cos
Time means nothing
Say that you'll stay
Say that you'll stay
Say that you'll stay

Interlude:
A chordA
We're all right where we're supposed to be
F# chordF#
We're all right where we're supposed to be
A chordA
We're all right where we're supposed to be
Time means nothing
F# chordF#
We're all right where we're supposed to be
E chordE
Time means nothing


This door is always open
This door is always open
No one has the guts to shut us out
No one has the guts to shut us out

Time means nothing
Time means nothing
One final final round cos
Time means nothing
Say that you'll stay
Say that you'll stay
Say that you'll stay

 

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About this song

According to Keith Murray, this song is not about death, but actually about living: http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=10677