THE SEEKER
By Pete Townshend
single/1970

Transcribed by Lineu Brasil
Key: A

Intro & Verses:
|A| |A| |A| |G D|
1 2 3 4

I've looked under chairs,
I've looked under tables,
I've tried to find the key
to fifty million fables.

|D| |D| |D| |G C|
1 2 3 4
They call me the seeker,
I've been searching low and high.(verse)
A C
I won't get to get what I'm after
C G
until the day I die.

I asked Bobby Dylan,
I asked the Beatles.
I asked Timothy Leary,
but he couldn't help me either.
They call me the seeker,
I've been searching low and high.
I won't get to get what I'm after
until the day I die.

D
People tend to hate me
'cos I never smile.
A
As I ransack their homes
they want to shake my hand.
D
Focussing on nowhere,
investigating miles.
E
I'm a seeker,
I'm a really desperate man.

Solo
I won't get to get what I'm after
until the day I die.

I've learned how to raise
my voice in anger.
Yeah but look at my face,
ain't this a smile?
I'm happy when life's good
and when it's bad I cry.
I've got values
but I don't know how or why.

I'm looking for me,
you're looking for you.
We're looking at each other
and we don't know what to do.
They call me the seeker,
I've been searching low and high.
I won't get to get what I'm after
until the day I die.




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