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Say What You Need To Say Chords

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"Say What You Need To Say"
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Intro:  G C Em D (x2)

Verse 1:
                   G      C     Em   D
Take out all your wasted honor
             G         C      Em   D
Every little past frustration
                 G         C        Em   D
Take all of your so called problems
                G      C       Em   D
Better put them in quotations

              G          C
Say what you need to say
              Em         D
Say what you need to say  

Repeat chorus (x3)

Instrumental: G C Em D

Verse 2:
               G       C    Em   D
Walking like a one man army
                  G       C            Em    D   
Fighting with the shadows in your head
              G        C      Em   D
Living on the same old moment
                  G      C          Em             D
Knowing you'll be better off instead, if you could only

Repeat chorus (x4)

C           Em             D
   Have no fear for giving in
C           Em             D
   Have no fear for giving all of it
C              Em              D
   You better know that in the end
Its better you say too much
Than never to say what you need to say again

Instrumental:  G C Em D

Verse 3:
             G         C       Em   D
Even if your hands are shaking
         G        C       Em   D
And your faith is broken
            G        C       Em   D
Even as the eyes are closing
             G          C   Em       D
Do it with a heart wide open, a wide heart

Repeat chorus (x9)
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sajid.hussain.5 wrote on April 2 2014, 11:20 am

Just as suggestion: substitute C with C-add-9, and add your ring finger on the 3rd fret of the B string for the Em chord (not sure what the chord is, but sounds a lot better!) ~Cheers

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jeh1n wrote on April 4 2014, 01:29 am

Thanks, I agree and the chord is a Em7. I will submit am updated version.

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yakumpakenappeh wrote on September 2 2015, 09:33 pm

I almost always substitute C with Cadd9 It just generally sounds better.

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