Belly Of The Lion
John Mark Mcmillan
John Mark McMillan Belly of the Lion From "The Medicine" Tabbed by thechadmiller (Twitter) The lead part is basically the 2nd, 4th, 6th, and 7th frets on the A and D strings (depending on which chord you're playing). It's easy to figure out, but let me know if you need it. Intro E - A Verse 1 E Dance the dance we call living and dying A in the valley of the city in the belly of the lion B F#m We work all week long, all week long E You can lose your soul in the concrete riverbeds A Rolling with the flow of the currents of the walking deads B F#m Five o'clock comes and you're a rolling stone Chorus A Days like these we got nothing to sing about B Days like these I don't know what I think about F#m A Day like these who would have known F#m Days like these I got nothing to sing about A Days like these I don't know what I think about E B E Days like these who would have known Verse 2 E Listen to the rhythm of the pawn shop shore A Its got you falling off your hinges like that old screen porch B E It's the interstate slipping in your pores again E You can ride the vein from the corner store to Amsterdam A You can bleed the train from the courthouse to the Vatican B F#m But Friday she's a ghost and gonna slip right through your hands, again Chorus Verse 1 Chorus If you have any input or corrections, check out my blog for more info and let me know if you have any songs you need help with. God bless!