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Green Day, Minority Chords (ver.1)

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Minority Chords (ver.1)

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                Green Day - Minority

#Just incase the first version has a chance to come out before this (it hasn't been 24 hours), I decided to put this note here.  I put, in the bridge, E# instead of F.  Hey, it was twelve sunday night and I was seriously sleep deprived, gimme a break.
#Just wanted to let you know that I'm not that stupid. 


The intro and outro is C G F C C G *.  All open chords.  
The * is:

  F     C

I'm sure the last part is off, but I know the chords are open - I saw Green Day on the Tonight Show, and there is NO barred F in the intro/outro.

The rest is fairly simple (all bar chords).  

C       F      G     F    
I wanna be the minority,
C       F         G      F    
I don't need your authority,
Down with the moral majority
‘cause I want to be the minority


NOTE: During the verse there is an acoustic playing C G F C (open) somewhere in the background.

I pledge allegiance to the underworld,
One nation under dog,
There of which I stand alone,
A face in the crowd,
Unsung, against the mold,
Without a doubt,
Singled out,
The only way I know,



A           E      F   C
Stepped out of the line,
A                 A#       F   G
Like a sheep runs from the herd,
A        E      F   C
Marching out of time,
A         F    G (palm mute - the pattern's easy, you can figure it out)
To my own beat now,

The only way I know,


*Bridge: (Instrumental)


One light, one mind,
Flashing in the dark,
Blinded by the silence of a thousand broken hearts,
For crying out loud she screamed unto me,
A free for all,
f**k ‘em all,
Fou are you own sight,


Here Billie Joe sings "I wanna be the minority" a few more times at the end, then - 


And that's it.

 - Reizig
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