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Acorde de Wild Child - Lou Reed

Letra de Wild Child





Intro /G}

{D/G}{D/G}{D/G}{D/G}



D G D

I was talking to Chuck in his Ghengis Khan suit and his wizard's hat

D G D

He spoke of his movie and how he was making a new soundtrack



C G

And then we spoke of kids on the coast

C G

and different types of organic soap



C G

And the way suicides don't leave notes



Am D

Then we spoke of Lorraine, always back to Lorraine



D G D

I was speaking to Phil who was given to pills and small racing cars

D G D

He had given 'em up since his last crack-up had carried him too far



C G

Then we spoke of movies and verse

C G

and the way an actress held her purse

C G

And the way life at times could get worse

A D

Then we spoke of Lorraine, always back to Lorraine



D G D G

Ah, she's a wild child and nobody can get at her

She's a wild child oh, and nobody can get to her



Bm G

Sleeping out on the street

D G

Oh, living all alone

D G

without a house or a home

F#m

and then she asked you, please

A

hey baby, can I have some spare change

D

Oh, can I break your heart



D G

She's a wild child

D G

She's a wild child



I was talking to Betty about her auditions

how they made her ill

The life of the theater is certainly fraught

with many spills and chills



But she calmed down after some wine

which is what happens most of the time

Then we sat and both spoke in rhyme

Till we spoke of Lorraine

ah, it's always back to Lorraine



I was talking to Ed who'd been reported dead

by mutual friends

He thought it was funny that I had no money

to spend on him



So we both shared a piece of sweet cheese

and sang of our lives and our dreams

And how things can come apart at the seams

And we talked of Lorraine

always back to Lorraine



She's a wild child

oh, and nobody can get at her

She's a wild child

oh, and nobody can get to her



Sleeping out on the street

Oh, living all alone

without a house or a home

and then she asked you, please

oh baby, can I have some spare change

Now can I break your heart



She's a wild child

she's a wild child







intro /G}

{D/G}{D/G}{D/G}{D/G} (I was -)



{D}{G}{D/G}{D/G} (- talking to Chuck in his ...)

{D}{G}{D/G}{D/G} (- spoke of his movie and how he ...)



{C/G}{D}{C/G}{D} (- we spoke of kids on the coast ...)

{C/G}{D} (- way suicides don't leave ...)

{A}{A}{A}{A} (- Loraine, always back to ...)



{D}{G}{D/G}{D/G} (- speaking to Phil who was ...)

{D}{G}{D/G}{D/G} (- given 'em up since his last ...)



{C/G}{D}{C/G}{D} (- we spoke of movies and verse ...)

{C/G}{D} (- way life at times could get ...)

{A}{A}{A}{A} (- Lorraine, always back to ...)



{D}{G}{D}{G} (- she's a wild child, and ...)

{D}{G}{D}{G} (She's a wild child, oh, and ...)



{Bm}{G} (Sleeping out on the street)

{D}{G}{D}{G} (Oh, living all alone, without ...)

{F#m}{F#m}{A}{A} (- please, hey baby, can I have ...)



{D}{G}{D}{G} (She's A wild child ...)



{D}{G}{D}{G} (I was -)



{D}{G}{D/G}{D/G} (- talking to Betty about her ...)

{D}{G}{D/G}{D/G} (- life of the theater is ...)



{C/G}{D}{C/G}{D} (- she calmed down after some ...)

{C/G}{D} (- sat and both spoke in rhyme ...)

{A}{A}{A}{A} (- Loraine, ah, always back to ...)



{D}{G}{D/G}{D/G} (- talking to Ed who'd been ...)

{D}{G}{D/G}{D/G} (He thought it was funny that I ...)



{C/G}{D}{C/G}{D} (- both shared a piece of sweet ...)

{C/G}{D} (- things can come apart at the ...)

{A}{A}{A}{A} (- Loraine, always back to ...)



{D}{G}{D}{G} (She's A wild child ...)

{D}{G}{D}{G} (She's A wild child ...)



{Bm}{G} (Sleeping out on the street)

{D}{G}{D}{G} (Oh, living all alone, without ...)

{F#m}{F#m}{A}{A} (- please, Oh baby, can I have ...)



{D}{G}{D}{G} (She's A wild child ...)



guitar {D}{G}{D}{G}

{D}{G}{D}{G}

{D}{G}{D}{G}

{D}{G}{D}{G}

... fade out









* intro



/ G }

1e -------------

2B -------------

3G --2p0---0----

4D ------3------

5A ----------3--

6E -------------



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I was -

{D / G} {D / G}

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*** please note ***



h - hammer on

p - pull off

b - bend string up

r - release bend

/ - slide up

- slide down

v - vibrato

^ - harmonics

















===============================

"Wild Child"

===============================

album _Le Bataclan '72_

(Lou Reed/John Cale/Nico, 2003)



Jan 29, 1972

Le Bataclan, Paris, France

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I was talking to Chuck in his Ghengis Khan suit

and his wizard's hat

We were talking about the movie he made

and his new soundtrack



Then we talked about kids on the coast

and different kinds of organic soap

And the way suicides don't leave notes

Then we talked about Lorraine

it always gets back to Lorraine



I was talking to Phil, he was addicted to pills

and small racing cars

He'd given 'em up since his last crack-up

had carried him too far



Then we spoke of rhythm and verse

about the different ways an actress can hold her purse

And the way life at times could get worse

Then we talked 'bout Lorraine

it always comes down to Lorraine



She's a wild child

and nobody can get at her

She's a wild child

woh, nobody can get to her



Sleeping out on the street

Woh, living all alone

without a house or a home

and then she asked you, hey please

hey baby, can I have some spare change

Can I break your heart



She's a wild child

she's a wild child



I was..



I was talking to Betty about her auditions

somehow they made her so ill

You know that life of the theater is certainly fraught

with many spills and chills, ah



Then she settled down after some wine

which is what happens most of the time

Then we both sat and spoke in rhyme

Till we'll be back to Lorraine

it always gets back to Lorraine



I'd been talking to Ed who'd been reported dead

by some mutual friends

He thought it was funny that I had no money

to spend on him



Then we sat down and ate some sweet cheese

and talked about our lives and our dreams

And the way things can come apart at the seams

Then we talked about Lorraine

it always gets back to Lorraine, oh



She's a wild child

yeah, nobody can get at her

She's a wild child

and nobody can get to her



Sleeping out on the streets

Woh, living all alone

without a house or a home

then she asked you, hey please

baby, can I have some spare change

Can I break your heart



She's a wild child

she's a wild child

She's a wild child







* all the strings downtuned one and a half tone (1 + 1/2)



1c# ----- * downtuned one and a half tone (from e to c#)

2G# ----- * downtuned one and a half tone (from B to G#)

3E ----- * downtuned one and a half tone (from G to E)

4B ----- * downtuned one and a half tone (from D to B)

5F# ----- * downtuned one and a half tone (from A to F#)

6C# ----- * downtuned one and a half tone (from E to C#)



Olivier Landemaine's The VU Web Page says:

there is no speed correction

and the whole recording is too slow (6%)

as compared with the French TV broadcast.









intro {E/A}{E/A}{E/A}{E/A}

{E/A}{E/A}{E/A}{E/A} (I was -)



{E}{A}{E/A}{E} (- talking to Chuck in his ...)

{E}{A}{E/A}{E} (- talking about the movie he ...)



{D/A}{E}{D/A}{E} (- we talked about kids on the ...)

{D/A}{E} (- way suicides don't leave ...)

{B}{B}{B}{B} (- Loraine, it always gets back ...)



{E}{A}{E/A}{E} (- talking to Phil, he was ...)

{E}{A}{E/A}{E} (- given 'em up since his last ...)



{D/A}{E}{D/A}{E} (- we spoke of rhythm and verse ...)

{D/A}{E} (- way life at times could get ...)

{B}{B}{B}{B} (- Loraine, it always comes down ...)



{E}{A}{E}{A} (She's A wild child ...)

{E}{A}{E}{A} (She's A wild child ...)



{C#m}{A} (Sleeping out on the street)

{E}{A}{E}{A} (Woh, living all alone ...)

{G#m}{G#m}{B}{B} (- please, hey baby, can I have ...)



{E}{A}{E}{A} (She's A wild child ...)



{E}{A}{E}{A} (I was..)

{E}{A}{E}{A} (I was -)



{E}{A}{E/A}{E} (- talking to Betty about her ...)

{E}{A}{E/A}{E} (- that life of the theater is ...)



{D/A}{E}{D/A}{E} (- she'd settled down after some ...)

{D/A}{E} (- both sat and spoke in rhyme ...)

{B}{B}{B}{B} (- Loraine, it always gets back ...)



{E}{A}{E/A}{E} (- talking to Ed who'd been ...)

{E}{A}{E/A}{E} (- thought it was funny that I ...)



{D/A}{E}{D/A}{E} (- we sat down and ate some ...)

{D/A}{E} (- things can come apart at the ...)

{B}{B}{B}{B} (- Loraine, it always gets back ...)



{E}{A}{E}{A} (She's A wild child ...)

{E}{A}{E}{A} (She's A wild child ...)



{C#m}{A} (Sleeping out on the streets)

{E}{A}{E}{A} (Woh, living all alone ...)

{G#m}{G#m}{B}{B} (- please, baby, can I have some ...)



{E}{A}{E}{A} (She's A wild child ...)

{E}{A}{E}{A} (She's A wild child)

{E...









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Discos en los que aparece este acorde: Greatest Hits (Steel Box Collection) , The Best Of Lou Reed , Lou Reed

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