X – See How We Are chords

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X - See How We Are

This song is mostly based off of the acoustic version, and only includes the main guitar.

Riff:|-3-3-3-3---(3)-(3)-(3)(3)-||-3-3-3-3---(3)-(3)-(3)(3)-||-0-0-0-0---(0)-(0)-(0)(0)-||-0-0-0-0---(0)-(0)-(0)(0)-||-2-2-2-2---(2)-(2)-(2)(2)-||-3-3-0-3---(3)-(3)-(3)(3)-|G = play and repeat riff. The rhythm is a 1 + 2 +, with an optional + 4 +a on G. Listen to the song to get it right. In the 1st verse, the 3rd time the last strum of the riff is Cadd9.
Cadd9: x32033 G/B: x20033 Csus2/B: x20010
GThere are men lost in jail
Crowded fifty to a room There's too many rats in this cage of the world
Cadd9 G/BAnd the women know their place
AmThey sit home and write letters
G CAnd when they visit once a year, well, they both just sit there and stare
Csus2/B
Am C Csus2/BSee how we are, gotta keep bars in between us
See how we are, we only sing about it once in every twenty years
C Csus2/B Am GSee how we are, oh see how we are
Now there are seven kinds of Coke Five hundred kinds of cigarettes This freedom of choice in the USA drives everybody crazy But in Acapulco Well, they don't give a damn About kids selling Chiclets with no shoes on their feet See how we are, hey man, what's in it for me? See how we are, we only sing about it once in every twenty years See how we are, oh see how we are Now that highway is coming through So you all gotta move This bottom rung ain't no fun at all 'Cause no fires and rock houses And grape-flavored rat poison Are the new trinity for this so-called community See how we are, gotta keep bars on all of our windows See how we are, we only sing about it once in every twenty years See how we are, oh see how we are
C Csus2/B AmWell, this morning the alarm rang at noon
And I'm trying to write this letter to you About how much I care and why I just can't be there
C Csus2/B Am DTo draw your bath and comb and comb your hair
Last night in a nightspot Where things aren't so hot My friend said, "I met a boy and I'm in love" I said, "Oh really, what's this one's name?" She said, "His first name is Homeboy" I said, "Could his last name be Trouble?" See how we are, ah Homeboy, isn't that a Mexican name? (in some versions: I don't trust you as far as I could throw you) See how we are, we only sing about it once in every twenty years See how we are, oh see how we are Yeah, see how we are, oh see how we are Tabbed by Sasha Pyotrovich
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