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Songs For Teenagers Chords (ver.1)

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Songs For Teenagers Chords (ver.1)

Fake Problems
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                This is Fake Problem's "Songs for Teenagers", and in the words of Chris Farren: 
"THIS SONG'S ABOUT DOING DRUGS!"

I won't bother trying to tab it, because every time I do, U-G tries to trip me up. 

   Em Dadd9 C G
e|---------------|
B|---------------|
G|-0---0----0----|
D|-5---4----2--0-|
A|-7---5----3--2-|
E|-------------3-|

Intro: (Arpeggiated) 

Em, Dadd9, C, Dadd9, Em, Dadd9, C, G (x2)

Verse 1: (Palm-Muting)
Em       Dadd9               C           Dadd9
Looking for drugs in all the wrong places, 
Em         Dadd9           C         G
Wanted to be famous but ended up nameless.
Em           Dadd9           C           Dadd9
Love is not the answer, I'm in love with this stuff.
Em         Dadd9               C              G
I spent every last dime in a stranger's trunk.

Pre-Chorus: (Arpeggiated)
Em     Dadd9 C Dadd9
It's all right. 
Em     Dadd9 C G
It's okay.
Em     Dadd9 C Dadd9 
I'm all right.
Em     Dadd9 C G 
I'll be okay.

Verse 2: (Palm-Muting)
Em      Dadd9        C         Dadd9
First time I felt like I was gonna die, 
Em             Dadd9                  C               G
But I've gotten pretty good at telling myself it's fine.
Em      Dadd9                  C         Dadd9
Anna talks me down and gives me sips of her beer, 
Em             Dadd9      C             G
Head pounding reveille, how did I get here?

Pre-Chorus: (Arpeggiated) 
Em           Dadd9 C Dadd9
It's all right. 
Em          Dadd9 C G 
I'll be okay.

Chorus: (Palm-Muted)
C          Dadd9       Em           G
Let it go, let it go all the way down 
C          Dadd9            Em
'Til there's nowhere left to fall.
C            Dadd9            Em             G
It's a shame, all the ways we build ourselves up
C          Dadd9             G
Just to let each other down.

Intro: Em, Dadd9, C, Dadd9, Em, Dadd9, C, G

Verse 3: 
Em          Dadd9           Em        Dadd9
Looking for drugs in all the wrong places, 
Em          Dadd9           C            G
Felt a change coming but I couldn't face it.
Em          Dadd9           Em        Dadd9
I tried to keep my cool when I finally made it home, 
Em          Dadd9           C            G
I had a blood shot excuse for every lie I told.

Pre-Chorus: (Arpeggiated) 
Em           Dadd9 C Dadd9
It's all right. 
Em          Dadd9 C G 
It's okay.
Em           Dadd9 C Dadd9
It's all right. 
Em          Dadd9 C G 
I'll be okay.

Chorus: (Palm-Muted)
C          Dadd9       Em           G
Let it go, let it go all the way down 
C          Dadd9            Em
'Til there's nowhere left to fall.
C            Dadd9            Em             G
It's a shame, all the ways we build ourselves up
C          Dadd9             G
Just to let each other down.

Bridge: (One-Strum)
D                     C
Last night is all a blur to me, 
G                    Em
I don't remember anything, 
D                 C            G
But I vaguely recall being alone.

Intro: Em, Dadd9, C, Dadd9, Em, Dadd9, C, G

Pre-Chorus: (Palm-Muted) 
Em           Dadd9 C Dadd9
It's all right. 
Em          Dadd9 C G 
I'll be okay.
Em           Dadd9 C Dadd9
It's all right. 
Em          Dadd9 C G 
I'll be okay.

Chorus: (Palm-Muted)
C          Dadd9       Em           G
Let it go, let it go all the way down 
C          Dadd9            Em
'Til there's nowhere left to fall.
C            Dadd9            Em             G
It's a shame, all the ways we build ourselves up
C          Dadd9             G
Just to let each other down

Chorus: (Palm-Muted)
C          Dadd9       Em           G
Let it go, let it go all the way down 
C          Dadd9            Em
'Til there's nowhere left to fall.
C            Dadd9            Em             G
It's a shame, all the ways we build ourselves up
C          Dadd9             G
Just to let each other down
            
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