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Pearl Jam, Patriot Tabs (ver.2)

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Patriot Tabs (ver.2)

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                Pearl Jam, Patriot (Steve Van Zandt cover) 

 The sun was out. Had some money. Cruised into town. Got myself a bootleg
 and some food. Went home. Played it. And there was this song on it, which
 had something to it.    
                                  Martin.
  D                 A  
And the rivers shall open for the righteous  (2x)
And the rivers shall open for the righteous, someday
        D     A         D       A 
I went walking, with my brother
        D     A           G   A
And he wondered, oh, how I am
Said what I believe with my soul
Ain't what I see with my eyes
And there's no turning back this time
        D    A                D       A 
I am a patriot, and I love my country
           D      A        G     A       
Because my country is all I know
I wanna be with my family
People who understand me
I got no place else to go...I am a patriot...

I went walking, with my girlfriend
She looked so fine, I said baby what's on your mind
She said I wanna run like the lions
Released from their cages
Released from the rages burning in my soul tonight...I am a patriot...
               D        A                D        A 
And I ain't no communist, and I ain't no socialist
And I ain't no capitalist, and I ain't no imperialist
And I ain't no democrat, I sure ain't no republican either
                D     A            D     A  D     G     A
I only know one party, and that is freedom, I am, I am, I am
I am a patriot, and I love my country
Because my country is all I know

And the rivers shall open for the righteous  (2x)
And the rivers shall open for the righteous, someday
Someday, someday, someday...
            
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