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Green Day, Who Wrote Holden Caufield Chords (ver.1)

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Who Wrote Holden Caufield Chords (ver.1)

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                ""Who Wrote Holden Caulfield?" by Green Day from Kerplunk


CHORDS USED:

       D       C          A       G
1-
2-
3-    7        5
4-    7        5          7       5
5-    5        3          7       5
6-                         5       3



Verse(PMed):


D                                      C                             A
                            G
A thought burst in my head and i need to tell you it's some news that i
forthought
Or was it just a dream      that happened long ago i think i just forgot

PreChorus:

A                              D                      A
                      D
well it hasn't been the first time, and it sure does drive me mad

CHORUS:

D                         A                         C                     G
There's a boy who fogs his world and now he's getting lazy
There's no motivation and frustration makes him crazy
He makes a plan to take a stand but always ends up sitting
Someone help him up or he is gonna end up quitting

Verse2 (w/same riff):
I shuffle through my mindto see if i can find the world i left behind
Was it just a dream that happened long ago...oh, well nevermind

repeat PreChorus and CHORUS

Bridge:
(PMed)
D, A, C, G (x2)
D, C, D, C (x2)

(no PM) D, C, D, C

CHORUS twice

i might have gotten the rhythm wrong, but listen to the CD and you should be
able to get it.  send all questions, comments, corrections, or any other punk
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