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Drop Out Chords

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Capo
novice
1st fret
Standard tuning, capo on the first fret. All chords relative to capo.

[Intro]

Em G D C 

Em G Am C

Em G D C

Em D C

[Verse]

G                  D                       C     G
When it starts to seem like you're losing heart
                        D           C
in everything and everyone you love
         G
it's easy just to give up

[Interlude]

Em G D C

Em D C

[Verse]

G                   D                 C
And who I am keeps changing with the sun
             G        
It goes down / It comes up
           D           C
A bad mood / Some bad blood
           G         Em
I'm bitter / So what 
D           C   Em  D  C
...So what?

[Interlude]

Em G D C 

Em G Am C

Em G D C

Em D C

[Chorus]

G                  D                C
In a world that's made to tear you down
             G
it's blend in or drop out
               D             C
Such a narrow line we follow
                   G
With a fucked head, you can't grow
                 D         
And change comes, so slow
C                G          Em  C
when you wait for, tomorrow

[Bridge]

G                                       Em   C
Everything we fight for gets taken from us
G                                Em   C
Divided, our efforts will fall apart
G                                      Em   C
We are tired but we're never giving up
G                          D   C              
I am weary but I'll never lose my heart

[Outro]

Em G D C 

Em G Am C

Em G D C

Em D C
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