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R.E.M. - Daysleeper


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Intro:
C Cmaj7 C Cmaj7 x2

C     Cmaj7      C    Cmaj7
Receiving department, 3 AM 
C     Cmaj7      C    Cmaj7          
Staff cuts have socked up the overage
C     Cmaj7      C    Cmaj7                    
Directives are posted No call backs, complaints
C     Cmaj7      C    Cmaj7
Everywhere is calm         

Eb                    Dm             
Hong Kong is present, Taipei wakes up
F                G      
Talk of circadian rhythm

Chorus:

C         Dm          Am      Em  
I see today with a newsprint frame
C         D          G           
My night is colored headache-grey
C         Dm          Am    Em
Daysleeper, daysleeper        
C         D     G
daysleeper       

The bull and the bear are marking their territories
They're leading the blind with their international glories

I('m the) screen, the blinding light
I('m the) screen, I work at night

I see today with a newsprint frame
My night is colored headache-grey
Don't wake me
(You're) so much
Daysleeper

Bridge:
Dsus4

C      Cmaj7      C    
I cried the other night
C      Cmaj7      C 
I can't even say why
C      Cmaj7      C               
flourescent, flat, caffeine lights
C      Cmaj7      C   
It's furious balancing

I('m the) screen, the blinding light
I('m the) screen, I work at night
Bridge:
C C C C x2

I see today with a newsprint frame
My night is colored headache grey
Don't wake me (you're) so much
The ocean machine is set to night
I'll squeeze into heaven and Valentine
My bed is pulling me, gravity, daysleeper
Daysleeper, daysleeper, daysleeper, daysleeper

Ending:
C C C C x2
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