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Talking About A Revolution Chords

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The Rhythm is pretty easy to pick up but if you want to sing as well it is quite
When the gaps get bigger between the chords it dosn't mean play them longer its just, sing
Its the same continuous rhythm throughout. I have tried my best to get the chords in the 
place but where there's extra words it can get hard its about 95% accurate. Hope you
my first tab.

Chords

G     320033
Cadd9 032033
Em    022033
D     000232
Dsus4 000233

Capo is optional depending on your voice but the original is without one.


G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4

G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4


G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Dont you know where talkin about a revolution
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
it sounds like a whisper
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Dont you know where talkin about a revolution
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
it sounds like a whisper


              G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
While they're standing in the welfare lines
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Crying at the doorsteps of those armies of salvation
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Wasting time in unemployment lines
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Sitting around waiting for a promotion
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Don't you know you're talking about a revolution
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
It sounds like a whisper


G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Poor people are gonna rise up And get their share
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4

G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Poor people are gonna rise up And take what's theirs
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4


G                         Cadd9                   Em
   D  Dsus4
Don't you know you better run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run,
G                         Cadd9                   Em
   D  Dsus4
run, run, run
G                         Cadd9                   Em
   D  Dsus4
Oh I said you better run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run,
G                         Cadd9                   Em
   D  Dsus4
run, run

G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Finally the tables are starting to turn
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Talking about a revolution
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Finally the tables are starting to turn
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Talking about a revolution oh no
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Talking about a revolution oh no

              G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
While they're standing in the welfare lines
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Crying at the doorsteps of those armies of salvation
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Wasting time in unemployment lines
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Sitting around waiting for a promotion

G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
Don't you know you're talking about a revolution
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
It sounds like a whisper

G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Finally the tables are starting to turn
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Talking about a revolution
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Finally the tables are starting to turn
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Talking about a revolution oh no
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Talking about a revolution oh no
G       Cadd9       Em       D    Dsus4
        Talking about a revolution oh no

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Bodhishattva wrote on March 20 2008, 11:33 am

im not really sure if there is a Dsus4 but the rest is perfect

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eamonmac wrote on May 19 2008, 10:26 am

hi everyone,
i've tried to play this song using these chords but cant get it to sound right but when i drop out the Em chord it sounds ok...G Cadd9 D & Dsus4, any suggestions?

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threadders wrote on May 26 2008, 09:29 am

I reckon the chords should be:

G (320033)
Cadd9 (x32033)
Em7 (022033)
D (xx0232)

When you play the D do one strum at Dsus4 then return to D.

Use mainly downstrokes. 12 string sounds

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