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Welcome To The Black Parade Chords

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"Welcome To The Black Parade"
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So I might be wrong since Version 4 has 5 stars, but I think it was wrong in
some spots? I took Version 4 and edited it to what I think is right, so
thanks to the author of 4 for a good deal of it. Anyways, when I play this
I'm pretty sure it's 100% correct, but feel free to comment if something
sounds wrong to you! -agg2596


                     CHORDS 
    G   D   Em   C   Am   Bm   B   A   F#m
e---3---2---0----0---0----2----2---0----2------|
B---3---3---0----1---1----3----4---2----2------|
G---0---2---0----0---2----4----4---2----2------|
D---0---0---2----2---2----4----4---2----4------|
A---2---x---2----3---0----2----2---0----4------|
E---3---x---0----x---x----x----x---x----x------|



Piano Intro (Each dash is an eighth note)
e-------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------|
G----------4--------------------------|
D----5---4---2---0-5-------2-----0----|
A--------------------3---2---0--------|
E-------------------------------------|

     G        D 
When I was a young boy
    Em         D    G      C
My father took me into the city
   Bm    Em        Am  -  D
To see a marching band
           G             D
He said, "Son, when you grow up
      Em           D    G        C 
Would you be the savior of the broken
    Bm     Em        Am  -  D
The beaten and the damned??
           G          D        
He said, "Will you defeat them
      Em         D      G      C
Your demons and all the non-believers
      Bm       Em         Am  -  D
The plans that they have made?
        G              D 
Because one day, I'll leave you
    Em         D       G       C
A phantom to lead you in the summer
    Bm      Em      Am  -  D
To join the Black Parade
G D Em Bm C G Am D

     G        D 
When I was a young boy
    Em         D    G       C
My father took me into the city
    Bm   Em        Am  -  D
To see a marching band
           G             D
He said, "Son, when you grow up
      Em         D       G       C 
Would you be the savior of the broken
     Bm    Em       Am  -  D  -  G
The beaten and the damned?? 
G D Em Bm C  D 

*Verse 1*
     G               D
Sometimes I get the feeling
       Em            C
She's watching over me
     C               G                 D
And other times I feel like I should go
     G                      D
And through it all, the rise and fall
     Em              C
The bodies in the streets
     C                   G                D
And when you're gone we want you all to know

*Chorus*
             G         D        Em
We'll carry on, we'll carry on
   G               C             
And though you're dead and gone, believe me
      D                  G        D       Em
Your memory will carry on, we'll carry on
   G       C        
And in my heart, I can't contain it
    D
The anthem won't explain it

*Verse 2*
   G                    D
A world that sends you reeling
      Em            C
From decimated dreams
  C              G                 D
Your misery and hate will kill us all
    G                     D
So paint it black and take it back
         Em                C
Let's shout it loud and clear
  C              G                D
Defiant to the end, we hear the call

*Chorus*
          G         D      Em
to carry on, we'll carry on
      G            C
And though you're dead and gone, believe me
      D                 G       D        Em
Your memory will carry on, we'll carry on
   G               C         
And though you're broken and defeated
      D           D  C
Your weary widow marches        

*Bridge*
B                                  Em
On and on we carry through the fears. (Ahh Ahh Ahh)
B                             Em 
Disappointed faces of your peers. (Ahh Ahh Ahh)
 C          
Take a look at me
                           G
'Cause I could not care at all
          D
Do or die, you'll never make me
Em                G                     C 
 Because the world, will never take my heart.
          G  
Go and try, you'll never break me
C              D                     G
 We want it all, we wanna play this part.
               D                Em
I won't explain or say I'm sorry
             G                    C
I'm unashamed, I'm gonna show my scar
             G
Give a cheer, for all the broken.
C           D                      A *(Key change to A)*
 Listen here, because it's who we are.
              E               F#m
I'm just a man, I'm not a hero
          A                      D
Just a boy who had to sing this song
          A
Just a man, I'm not a hero
E 
I   don't   care!

*Chorus*
             A       E        F#m
We'll carry on, we'll carry on
  A                D         
And though you're dead and gone, believe me
      E                  A      E        F#m
Your memory will carry on, we'll carry on
  A                D      
And though you're broken and defeated
        E                   A
You're weary widow marches on(do or die,)
E
 you'll never make me
F#m               A                     D
 Because the world, will never take my heart.
           A
Go and try, you'll never break me
D                E                   A
 We want it all, we wanna play this part
(We'll carry on)
         E    
Do or die, you'll never make me
F#m               A                     D
 Because the world, will never take my heart
           A     
Go and try, you'll never break me
D                E                   A(hold)
 We want it all, we wanna play this part
                        (We'll carry on)
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elirkim wrote on June 9 2014, 11:08 pm

I prefer to use barre chords for most of them like D,C,G,A&Am although it gives a bit of pressure to your wrist and hand, the positions of the hand of these make it easier to change from one chord to another especially like the transition from D-G-C-Bm

Preference thing I guess..

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screamingsiren wrote on November 2 2014, 03:30 pm

the intro is on point omg i love it

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nyxthetimelord wrote on July 26 2015, 02:16 am

the intro is amazing i have been looking for this THANK YOU SO MUCH

it sounds great

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