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Song Title: Zombie
Artist/Band: The Cranberries
Album: No Need to Argue, 1993.

Transcribed by JC Rea(jcrp_21@hotmail.com)

CHORDS:

Em:022000
Cmaj:332020
Gmaj:320000 or 055430(I use the first one,but the other one sounds good  too)
F#m:244222 

For electric guitar you must use the respective power chords.

LYRICS:


[1st VERSE:]

Em        Cmaj   
"Another head hangs lowly
 Gmaj             F#m
 Child is slowly taken
Em           Cmaj
 And the violence caused such silence
 Gmaj           F#m
 Who are we mistaken
Em               
 but you see, it's not me
         Cmaj
 it's not my family
          Gmaj
 in your head, in your head
               F#m
 they are fighting
             Em
 With their tanks, and their bombs, 
            Cmaj
 and their bombs, and their guns
         Gmaj                        F#m
 In your head, in your head they are cryin'


[CHORUS:]

         Em            Cmaj
"In your head, In your head
    Gmaj     F#m
 Zombie, etc.
                Em                         Cmaj
 What's in your head in your head, in your head
    Gmaj      F#m
 Zombie, etc."



(It's the same for the rest of the song)


Comments:jcrp_21@hotmail.com

            
            
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Live 10 Dec 21, 2005 03:17 PM

this is 100 % did u no u can also play thease chords in ourdor
Em C G D

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Aethen 41 May 04, 2006 06:35 AM

hey
major is the plain version
and thats not C maj
c maj is this
e-0
b-1
g-0
d-2
a-3
E-x

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Trencaclosques 41 Jun 08, 2006 06:15 AM

I think that in F#m it goes better with a D

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