• GROUNDHOG’S DAY by Primus
  • Tabbed by Jim Wade
  • INTRO
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  • VERSE
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  • PRECHORUS
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  • CHORUS           P   P
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  • When I woke up this mornin' I felt a pang
  • I was hungerin' for some apple pie
    Stumble in the bathroom, hung my hog a little bit

    Washed the sleep out of my eye
    Oh yeah, it's gonna be a fine day
    Scratched myself a bit
    Poured me out a bowl-a corn chex
  • Closest thing I could find to apple pie
    Lingerin' taste of toothpaste 
  • Made the milk go down a bit funny
    But you know, them chex they do satisfy
    Oh yeah, this'll be a fine day
    So, after my mornin' rise-n-shine and eat-n-clean

    Had my mind set to hit them streets
    Drizzle from the night left cold puddles out
    Had my black stomp-boots on my fee
    It's my day
                                   
  • Since I was in kneepants my pop had tried to make me realize
    If I set my mind down to it I could be a big man in the public eye
    So with my big blue collar on, I set out to find the easy way
    What an ice cold bath it was when I found you had to pay to play
    To taste the taste it's a tease that never would subside
    The taste is strong but soured by my learned eyes
    Well, if a woodchuck could chuck wood he'd get down on his knees to pray
    This little snappy boy might see the light this ground hog's day