Reptilia è un brano degli americani The Strokes che prende il titolo dal cervello rettiliano, il nucleo più interno del nostro cervello adibito al controllo delle emzioni più basilari quali amore ed odio.
E’ stato rilasciato nel 2004 come secondo singolo estratto dall’album Room On Fire, accompagnato dalla B-side “Modern Girls & Old Fashion Men”, incisa dal cantante Julian Casablancas coi Regina Spektor.

Testo con accordi per chitarra.

Reptilia Guitar Chords Lyrics Accordi per Chitarra

Bm                         E          E7
He seemed impressed by the way you came in.
Bm
"Tell us a story
   E          E7
I know you're not boring"

Bm                  E             E7
I was afraid that you would not insist.
Bm
"You sound so sleepy
     E              E7
just take this, now leave me"

Bm
I said please don't slow me down
             E     E7
If I'm going too fast
Bm                      E     E7
You're in a strange part of our town...

D         F#m
Yeah, the night's not over
G          A           D
You're not trying hard enough,
      F#m              G
Our lives are changing lanes
     A             D
You ran me off the road,
    F#m
The wait is over
G         A
I'm now taking over,
D         F#m
You're no longer laughing
G          A
I'm not drowning fast enough.

Bm                    E        E7
Now every time that I look at myself
Bm
"I thought I told you
      E       E7
this world is not for you"

Bm                            E         E7
The room is on fire as she's fixing her hair
Bm
"you sound so angry
      E            E7
just calm down, you found me"

Bm
I said please don't slow me down
             E   E7
If I'm going too fast
Bm                       E      E7
You're in a strange part of our town...

D  F#m  G  A
(as above)
Yeah, the night's not over
You're not trying hard enough,
Our lives are changing lanes
You ran me off the road,
The wait is over
I'm now taking over,
You're no longer laughing
I'm not drowning fast enough.

[The Strokes]

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