Words & Music:

Scott Weiland, Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo & Eric Kretz (Stone Temple Pilots)


This is fully tabbed in the September 2009 issue of Guitar Edge.


Intro:  [2x – no walk up second time]

    G5 Bbdim7 Cm6  G

E |-3---3------3-3-3--------|

B |-3---2------1-1-0--1-2-3-|

G |-0---3------2-2-0--------|


G     D/F#      F              C/E EbM7             F        G

And I feel that time's a wasted go, so, where you going to tomorrow?

G     D/F#     F                 C/E EbM7             F     D5  Cadd9 G/B Cadd9

And I see that these are lies to come----, would you even care?


PRE-CHORUS:  [vamp is

      D    Cadd9 G/B Cadd9    D  Cadd9 G/B Cadd9

And I feel it-----------.

G   G/A D    Cadd9 G/B Cadd9

And I-- feel it----------.



EbM7                 F/C    EbM7                  F/C  [etc.]

Where you going to tomorrow?  Where you going with a mask I found?

And I feel, and I feel, when the dogs begin to smell her,

EbM7            F/C

Will she smell alone?


INTERLUDE:  [repeat intro]


And I feel, so much depends on the weather, So is it raining in your bedroom?

And I see, that these are the eyes of disarray, Would you even care?




BRIDGE:  [2x]

G        G7/F         F  C/E      D   Eb         D        Gm   Gm7/F

When the dogs do find her--, got time, time to wait for tomorrow.

Gm7/F  F  C/E        D Eb     D  [to D7 second time]

To find it, to find it, to find it...


INTERLUDE:  [repeat intro]




INTERLUDE:  [repeat intro]


BRIDGE:  [2x]


OUTRO:  [repeat Intro chords 2x, then 2x over " find it..."]

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