The Fence

Tim Minchin

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C Somewhere in your wardrobe F C I'd be willing to bet Bb5 There's a t-shirt probably A Bearing the silhouette of Che Guevara [Tab - Riff] E|----------------------------| B|----------------------------| G|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| D|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| A|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| B|----------------------------| G|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| D|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| A|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| C He was revolutionary F C Yeah, he wore a cool hat Bb5 But behind the design I think you might find A It's not quite as simple as that [Tab - Riff] E|----------------------------| B|----------------------------| G|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| D|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| A|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| B|----------------------------| G|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| D|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| A|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| Bb5 Che was a bit of a homophobe A C Che was a bit of a homophobe Bb5 Che was a bit of a homophobe A Che was a bit of a homophobe C This is my song G In defence of the fence Bb2 A little sing along F A anthem to ambivalence Bb2 The more you know F The harder you will find it C To make up your mind G It doesn't really matter if you find Bb2 You can't see which grass is greener F Chances are it's neither C And either way it's easier Bb2 To see the difference A C When you're sitting on the fence C Somewhere in your house F C I'd be willing to bet Bb5 There's a picture of that grinning hippy A From Tibet - the Dalai Llama [Tab - Riff] E|----------------------------| B|----------------------------| G|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| D|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| A|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| B|----------------------------| G|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| D|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| A|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| C He's a lovely, funny fella F C He gets soundbites galore Bb5 But let's not forget that back in Tibet A Those funky monks used to dick the poor, yeah
[Tab - Riff] E|----------------------------| B|----------------------------| G|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| D|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| A|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| B|----------------------------| G|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| D|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3-----| A|----------------------------| E|----------------------------| Bb5 And the Buddhist line about future lives A Is the perfect way to stop C The powerless rising up Bb5 And he tells the poor they will live again A But he's rich now so it's easy for him to say C I'm taking the stand G In defence of the fence Bb2 I got a little band F Playing anthems to ambivalence Bb2 We divide the world into F Terrorists and heroes C Into normal folk and weirdos G Into good people and pedos Bb2 Into things that give you cancer F And the things that cure cancer And the things that don't cause C cancer But there's a chance They will cause cancer in the future Bb2 We divide the world F To stop us feeling frightened C Into wrong and into right and G Into black and into white and Bb2 Into real men and fairies F Into status quo and scary C Yeah we want the world binary, binary Bb5 A But it's not that simple G5 And your dog has a bigger carbon footprint F5 Than a four wheel drive G5 Yeah, your dog has a bigger carbon footprint F5 Than a four wheel drive G5 Yeah, your dog has a bigger carbon footprint F5 Than a four wheel drive G5 And so does your baby, maybe You oughta trade him in for a Prius Rock! ( F5 G5 G5 F5 G5 ) [Tab - Riff] E|-------------------------------- B|-------------------------------- G|-------------------------------- D|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3--------- A|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3--------- E|-------------------------------- ( F5 G5 G5 F5 G5 ) E|-------------------------------- B|-------------------------------- G|-------------------------------- D|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3--------- A|----5-4-3-2-5-4-3-2-2-3--------- E|-------------------------------- C I'm taking the stand G In defence of the fence Bb2 I got a little band F Playing tributes to ambivalence Bb2 We divide the world F Into liberals and gun-freaks C Into atheists and fundies G Into teetotalers and junkies Bb2 Into chemical and natural F Into fictional and factual C Into science and supernatural But it's actually naturally Not that white and black You'll be Bb2 Dividing us F Into terrorists and heroes C Into normal folk and weirdos G Into good people and pedos Bb2 Into things that give you cancer F And the things that cure cancer C And things that don't cause cancer But there's a chance They will cause cancer in the future Bb2 We divide the world F To stop us feeling frightened C Into wrong and into right and G Into black and into white and Bb2 Into real men and fairies F Into parrots and canaries C Yeah we want the world binary, binary 01001000 ( Bb2 F C G ) Bb2 The more you know F The harder you will find it C To make up your mind, it G Doesn't really matter if you find Bb2 You can't see which grass is greener F Chances are it's neither C And either way it's easier Bb5 To see the difference A Cause it's not that simple
Composição: Tim MinchinColaboração e revisão: Rafael Peres

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