If you're playing and singing on your own don't bother with the "yeah"ing, especially if you're playing acoustic. INTRO C VERSE 1 C G C Well life on the outside ain't what it used to be C G C You know the world's gone crazy and it ain't safe on the street F G Ohh well it's a drag and I know E F There's only one place to go C G Baby, back where I come from C I'm coming home VERSE 2 C G C Well life on the inside ain't what it used to be C G C You know the kids've gone crazy and they'll stick you for a slice of cheese F G Oh, well it's a drag and I know E F There's only one place to go C G Baby, back where I come from C I'm coming home BRIDGE E F Hey, man, I got an idea F E I know a way that we can get outta here E F You know down in the laundry room in cell block four F E Well, there's a tile that goes go right through the floor E F# We'll be in Mexico in a week in a half F# G We're gonna sit back and laugh -- C G Oh yeah (oh yeah) x4 C G Yeah (yeah) x6 C Yeaaaah -- OVER (OR IN PLACE OF) THAT MAD SAX SOLO C G C OUTRO C G C Oh, lights out baby, well it looks like the end for me C G C The last meal's comin' it's the chicken and the rice and beans F G Oh, well it's a drag and I know E F Well, everybody's got to go C G They're waitin' for me down below C I'm coming home G C Oh yeah, I'm comin' home (x3 in the song, I prefer x2) RAMBLINGS P.S. I'm open to suggestions and corrections, but do realise that these chords aren't perfectly accurate and are just an attempt at some decent sounding progressions to accompany the song. It's also played lower than some of the other chords available, I found the others oddly high and uncomfortable to sing to. The lyrics are what I've heard from the song, I'm unsure of the part "There's a tile that goes right through the floor" as it's not very well heard in the song and not consistently documented anywhere else. P.P.S. Does anyone know/can guesstimate the bass-line in the intro? If so could you convert it to guitar tab? P.P.P.S "Commin' Home" isn't correct spelling, but it's how the title was spelled on the song's single cover.