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Green Day, Words I Might Chords (ver.1)

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Words I Might Chords (ver.1)

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CHORDS USED
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    A     G     E     A5    D5    F#    F     E5
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|---------3-------------------------------------------|
|---2-----0-------------------------------------------|
|---2-----0-----1-----------7-----------------9-------|
|---2-----0-----2-----7-----7-----4-----3-----9-------|
|---0-----2-----2-----7-----5-----4-----3-----7-------|
|---------3-----0-----5-----------2-----1-------------|
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Intro:  A5, G (mess around with the top string on those chords)
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Verses:
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       A             G                A
now it seems i can't keep my mind off you
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   A                   G                      E
my mind drifts back to better days we've been through
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(same chords)
like sitting on blacktop of the school grounds
the love i b**ched about i finally found
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CHORUS:
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    D5       A5   G     F#       F    =

but now it's gone and i take the blame
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           D5            E5              A5
so there's nothing i can do but take the pain...why?
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A, G
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Verse2:
now i dwell on what you remind me of
a sweet young girl who sacrificed her love
as for me i am blind without a cause
and now i realized what i have lost
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CHORUS2:
it was something real that i could've had
now i play the fool who's soul's gone bad...why?
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A, G
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Bridge:
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E           A                  G
tell me the words i might have said
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(same chords)
it's pumping pressure deep inside my head
was it bad enough to be too late
just tell me the words i might have ate
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A                      G
the words i might have ate...
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repeat CHORUS1
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end with same as Intro
            
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