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Pearl Jam, Rocking In The Free World Tabs (ver.2)

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Rocking In The Free World Tabs (ver.2)

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                By Neil Young (A Pearl Jam Cover)

Chords       E5 D5 C5 G  A
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Verse In Order - E5 D5 C5

Chorus In Order - G D5 C5 E5 (Last Line A)

Rocking in the free world
Colors on the street   
Red, white, and blue
People shuffling their feet 
People sleeping in their shoes
There's a warning sign in the road ahead
There's a lot of people saying we'd be better off dead
Don't feel like Satan, but I am to them
So I try Forget them any way I can

Keep on rocking in the free world
keep on rocking in the free world
keep on rocking in the free world
keep on rocking in the free world

I see a girl in the night 
with a baby in her hands
Under an old street light
near a garbage can
Now she put her kid away, she's gone to get a hit
She hates her life, and what she's done with it
That's one more kid, that'll never go to school
Never get to fall in love, never get to be cool

Keep on rocking in the free world
keep on rocking in the free world
keep on rocking in the free world
keep on rocking in the free world

Solo


There's a thousand points of light
For the homeless man
There's a kinder, gentler machine gun hand
There's department stores, and toilet paper
Styrofoam garbage for the Ozone layer
There's a man of the people, says people alive
Got fuel to burn, got roads to drive

Keep on rocking in the free world
keep on rocking in the free world
keep on rocking in the free world
keep on rocking in the free world

Best

Leo
            
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