Pearl Jam – Leatherman tab

Chords:
Left handed
Transpose:
Leatherman by Pearl Jam...as tabbed by Brauney
-you can play D, Cadd9, G D if you cannot do the picking in Riff 1

|-----2----------3---------3---------2--------------------------------| RIFF 1|-------3----------3---------3---------3------------------------------||---2---------0----------0---------2----------------------------------||-0------------------------------0------------------------------------||----------3----------------------------------------------------------||----------------------3----------------------------------------------|
I read about a man to whom I Riff 1 may be related, he's leatherman. Riff 1 Died a long time ago in the 18 Riff 1 80's...leatherman, leatherman. Riff 1 Am C G Covered with leather, but it was tight. Bm G A A Underneath the moon in the woods at night... D G F G Makin' the rounds ten miles a day, D G F G Once a month they'd spot him, here's what they'd say... D G F G "Here he comes, he's a man of the land. He's D G F G leatherman. Smile on his face, an axe in D G F G D G F F his pack. He's leatherman, leatherman, leatherman." C G F Comes out of the caves once a day to be fed. C F C A Wasn't known to say much but "Thanks for the bread." So modern day I walk with my Riff 1 jacket faded, just like the man of Riff 1 leather whom I may be related Riff 1 Riff 1 (by itself once) Am C G Rolled a cigarette, but when he asked for a light, Bm G A Appeared to be an animal, yet so polite. D G F G Makin' the rounds ten miles a day. D G F G Once a month they'd spot him and here's what they'd say... D G F G "Here he comes, he's a man of the land, D G F G he's leatherman, smile on his face, axe in D G F G his hand, he's leatherman, leatherman, leatherman." D G F G D G F F .....................................leatherman, leatherman F G F Shake his hand he's leatherman. F G F Bake some bread he's leatherman. F G F Shame he's dead. I saw his bed, F G D G F G It's all that's left of leatherman. D G F F Leatherman............ G F G Bm Give me some skin, leatherman
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