Song: Middle Of The Road

Band: Pretenders
Composed By: Chrissie Hynde

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																				This is the lead guitar that no one tabbed. Well...at least I think no one tabbed it.

Main Riff
e|---------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------|
G|-----------------------0---------|
D|--------0--------0-4-7-----------|
A|--0-4-7------------------3-2-0---|
D|----------5-4-0------------------|
    ^Starts an eighth note after the bassist hits his first note (A).
     I think a chorus effect is used also.

Post-Solo Bridge
e|------------------|
B|-5--5-7--7-8-8----|
G|-6--6-7--7-9-9----|
D|------------------|
A|------------------|
D|------------------|



    

*~Saif~* <-- Lol...Isn't that gay? Well, there's everything BUT the solo. I could've
it but I don't feel like it even though I have no life as I am a college dropout. Khuda Hafiz.
November 23, 2006 4:59 AM
Intros and solos aren't much welcomed here? Screw you ultimate-guitar.com!

View Just Lyrics...

The middle of the road is trying to find me
I'm standing in the middle of life with my plans behind me
Well I got a smile for everyone I meet
As long as you don't try dragging my bay
Or dropping the bomb on my street

Now come on baby
Get in the road
Oh come on now
In the middle of the road, yeah

In the middle of the road you see the darnedest things
Like fat guys driving 'round in jeeps through the city
Wearing big diamond rings and silk suits
Past corrugated tin shacks full up with kids
Oh man I don't mean a Hampstead nursery
When you own a big chunk of the bloody third world
The babies just come with the scenery

Oh come on baby
Get in the road
Oh come on now
In the middle of the road, yeah

One...two...three...four...

The middle of the road is no private cul-de-sac
I can't get from the cab to the curb
Without some little jerk on my back
Don't harass me, can't you tell
I'm going home, I'm tired as hell
I'm not the cat I used to be
I got a kid, I'm thirty-three

Baby, get in the road
Come on now
In the middle of the road
Yeah

View Albums that This Song Appears On...

  • Learning to Crawl

    Genre: Pop/Rock Label: Edsel Song Duration on Album: 4:14 Album Duration: 39:21

    Release Date: January 21, 1984

    Moods: Bravado, Earthy, Searching, Whimsical, Dramatic, Intimate, Self-Conscious, Earnest, Gutsy, Street-Smart, Stylish, Wry, Literate, Melancholy, Poignant, Yearning, Confident, Reflective

    Styles: Album Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, New Wave, Punk/New Wave, Alternative/Indie Rock, College Rock, Dance-Rock, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock

    Themes: Club, Freedom, Heartache, Late Night, Loss/Grief

  • Get Close

    Genre: Pop/Rock Label: Edsel Song Duration on Album: 4:29 Album Duration: 47:01

    Release Date: November 1, 1986

    Moods: Reflective, Bittersweet, Literate, Aggressive, Confident, Earthy, Intimate, Playful, Sophisticated, Stylish

    Styles: Contemporary Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll, Alternative/Indie Rock, College Rock, Hard Rock, Album Rock

    Themes: Cool & Cocky, Hanging Out, Heartache, In Love, Introspection, Reflection

  • The Singles

    Genre: Pop/Rock Label: Sire / Rhino Song Duration on Album: 4:13 Album Duration: 57:18

    Release Date: November 17, 1987

    Moods: Raucous, Sexual, Brash, Brooding, Theatrical, Earnest, Playful, Bittersweet, Bravado, Confrontational, Literate, Melancholy, Reflective, Sophisticated, Stylish, Aggressive, Confident, Earthy, Energetic, Intimate, Laid-Back/Mellow, Poignant, Sensual, Sexy, Smooth

    Styles: Album Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, New Wave, Punk/New Wave, Rock & Roll, Alternative/Indie Rock, College Rock, Hard Rock

    Themes: Cool & Cocky, Girls Night Out, Empowering, Motivation, Sex

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