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John Lennon – Crippled Inside chords
'Crippled Inside'(Unreleased Take) by John Lennon from the "IMAGINE" album, [Remastered] 2010 & 2000, originally recorded in 1971. URL: Crippled Inside (Unreleased Take)/ John Lennon http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXyVCEOGES8 AUTHOR's Note: This version was borne out of the frustration of not finding an accurate TAB to match Lennon's twist on C&W music '...with a conscience". Tab annotated by Richard Grosser (firstname.lastname@example.org) TUNING: Standard Tuning. Chords: EADGBE C: 332010 C7: 032310 F: 133211 F7: 131211 Bb: 113331 B: 224442 A: x02220 Am: x02210 Am7: x02010 A7: x02020 G: 320003 G7: 320001 D7: xx0212 Ab7: 464544 Eb9: 065666 C9: x32330 (Tempo Adante 2/4) Intro: (Slide Guitar) C G7 C G F C F C7 F Bb F C7 F G Verse 1:C C7You can shine your shoes and wear a suit,F F7You can comb your hair and look a quite cute.C C B Bb AYou can hide your face behind a smile.A7 D7One thing you can't hide,G7 CIs when you're crippled inside.Verse 2:C C7You can wear a mask and paint your face,F F7 You can call yourself the human race.C C B Bb AYou can wear a collar and a tie.A7 D7One thing you can't hide,C C B Bb AIs when you're crippled inside.Chorus:A7 AmWell now you know,AmThat your cat has nine lives, babe.D7 G7Nine lives to itself,C You only got one,C Am7And a dog's life ain't fun.C G7 CMamma take a look outside.Verse 3:C C7You can go to church and sing a hymn,F F7Judge me by the colour of my skin.C C B Bb AYou can live a lie until you die.A7 D7One thing you can't hide,C C B Bb AIs when you're crippled inside.Instrumental:CTake it Billy!(Honky-Tonk Piano Solo) C C7 F F7 C C B Bb A A7 D7 C C B Bb A (Repeat Chorus) (Repeat Verse 1) ['You can shine your shoes and wear...' inadvertently omitted] Outro:A7 D7One thing you can't hide,C B Bb AIs when you're crippled inside.(Slow 2/2 Tempo)A7 D7One thing you can't hide,G G7 C C7 F Ab7 G7 Eb9 C9Is when you're crippled inside.(End) Background: http://www.beatlesbible.com/people/john-lennon/albums/imagine/ Comment from Rolling Stone: "Crippled Inside", Imagine, 1971 Lennon followed the opening peace anthem on his second album with this grenade wrapped in rockabilly rhythm and prairie-saloon piano, with a slinky country-boy solo on dobro by George Harrison. The chorus 'One thing you can't hide, Is when you're crippled inside.' may have been a slap at ex-bandmate Paul McCartney (who would get it full blast on Side Two, in 'How Do You Sleep?'). But when Lennon wrote in the second person, he often did it staring into a mirror." http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/twenty-underappreciated-john-lennon-solo-songs-20101210