Hell Broke Luce
Hell Broke Luce: Chords
Principiante o Intermedio? Scopri i nostri Corsi di Chitarra per tutti i livelliDOm I had a good home but I left I had a good home but I left, right, left That big fucking bomb made me deaf, deaf A Humvee mechanic put his Kevlar on wrong I guarantee you’ll meet up with a suicide bomb Hell broke luce Hell broke luce Big fucking ditches in the middle of the road You pay a hundred dollars just for fillin’ in the hole Listen to the general every goddamn word How many ways can you polish up a turd Left, right, left, left, right Left, right DOm Hell broke luce Hell broke luce Hell broke luce How is it that the only ones responsible SOLm for making this mess Got their sorry asses stapled to a goddamn desk Hell broke luce Hell broke luce DOm Left, right, left What did you do before the war? I was a chef, I was a chef What was your name? It was Geoff, Geoff I lost my buddy and I wept, wept I come down from the meth So I slept, slept DOm I had a good home but I left, left... DOm Pantsed at the wind for a joke I pranced right in with the dope Glanced at her shin she said nope Left, right, left Nimrod Bodfish have you any wool Get me another body bag the body bag’s full My face was scorched, scorched I miss my home I miss my porch, porch Left, right, left Can I go home in March? March SOLm My stanch was a chin full of soap That rancid dinner with the pope Left, right, left Kelly Presutto got his thumbs blown off DOm Sergio’s developing a real bad cough Sergio’s developing a real bad cough Hell broke luce Hell broke luce Hell broke luce... DOm Boom went his head away And boom went Valerie What the hell was it that the president said? Give him a beautiful parade instead Left, right, left When I was over here I never got to vote I left my arm in my coat My mom she died and never wrote We sat by the fire and ate a goat Just before he died he had a toke SOLm Now I’m home and I’m blind And I’m broke What is next ...
Hell Broke Luce: Video
Hell Broke Luce è un brano scritto e interpretato da Tom Waits, contenuto nell'album Bad as Me pubblicato ne 2011. Si tratta del suo diciassettesimo lavoro discografico ma, paradossalmente, è il primo in cui il cantautore californiano decide di inserire esclusivamente brani inediti. La canzone è un’interessante cavalcata rock dove il pattern ritmico volutamente ripetitivo dà l'idea di una marcia forzata, il tutto con uno sfondo blues dettato da un'armonica a bocca.