John Mayer - Walt Graces Submarine Test January 1967 chords

      
A nice simple version I worked out for my uke, but it sounds nice on guitar as 
well, for some reason, the chords are not lining up over their place in the song 
lines so you'll need to figure that part out.--enjoy

Walt Grace 
by John Mayer
Born and Raised
Tabbed by Abigail Recabo
Capo 3


E BWalt Grace, desperately hating this whole place
A EDreamed to discover a new space and buried himself alive
EInside his basement
BTongue on the side of his face meant
AHe's working away on displacement
EAnd what it would take to survive
A BCause when you're done with this world
A BYou know the next is up to you
E A BAnd his wife told his kids he was crazy
E A BAnd his friends said he'd fail if he tried
E A E BBut with the will to work hard and a library card
A B EHe took a homemade, fan blade, one-man submarine ride
E BThat morning the sea was mad and I mean it
A EWaves as big as he'd seen it deep in his dreams at home
E BFrom dry land, he rolled it over to wet sand
AClosed the hatch up with one hand
EAnd pedaled off alone
A BCause when you're done with this world
A BYou know the next is up to you
E A BAnd for once in his life, it was quiet
E A BAs he learned how to turn in the tide
E A E BAnd the sky was aflare when he came up for air
A B EIn his homemade, fan blade, one-man submarine ride
E BOne evening, when weeks had passed since his leaving
A EThe call she planned on receiving finally made it home
E BShe accepted the news she never expected
A EThe operator connected the call from Tokyo
A BCause when you're done with this world
A BYou know the next is up to you
E A BNow his friends bring him up when they're drinking
E A BAt the bar with his name on the side
E A E BAnd they smile when they kid, as they speak of the man
A B EWho took a homemade, fan blade, one-man submarine ride
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