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Read All About It Chords

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        Bm            D
I wanna sing, I wanna shout,
         A                       (F#m)
I wanna scream till the words dry out
             Bm                  D
So put it in all of the papers, I’m not afraid,
          A                 (F#m)              Bm *hold*
They can read all about it, read all about it, ohhhh


(Bm D A F#m)

Nothing to hide
Stifle and smother
Suffered and cried
Strife made me tougher
Never mumbled or shy to,
The trouble, I rise above all
Expectations to get rep
Ain’t never begged yet
When I wanted to get pence, hustle,
To be, I’m exactly what my neck says.
People saying I tried to cash in on my Dad’s death,
I wanted to vent ‘stead I said nothing at all.
After all you were never kin to me,
Family is something that you never been to me,
In fact making it harder for me to see my father was the only thing that you ever did for me.

I'm not sure if it's completely accurate, but it sounds right :)
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ChrisyPark wrote on October 25 2011, 05:12 pm

Does Sound Good, unsure about the F#M though

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rachipz9007 wrote on November 9 2011, 11:54 am

its close, but there's something that just doesnt sound right...

the progression: Bm | G | D | F#m | works better for me!

but i could be wrong!

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meepmaniac wrote on June 13 2013, 06:28 am

That F#m sounds a little strange indeed.

Progression: Bm | G | D | A | Sounds alot better to me :)

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