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TUNING: EADGBe#449
ARTIST: The Classic Crime
SONG:   Four Chords
TABBER: Dakota Williams


Song is tuned slightly sharp of standard.
Around A449 sounds right but just retune until it sounds good to you.

Most of this song is played as fifths.,
but I put full chords for those of you that want to do like an acoustic version.
For electric, just play fifth chords.

Super fun and easy song to play. Enjoy!


C/E:
e|---|
B|---|
G|---|
D|-2-|
A|-3-|
E|-0-|


VERSE RIFF:
   C                                 F
e|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------|-----------------1---1-----------|
G|---------0---0-----------0---0---|-2---2---2---2-----------0---0---|
D|-2---2-----------2---2-----------|---3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3-|
A|---3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3-|---------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|


C
I was once a boy in love with strangers
     F
As I watched them smoke their cigarettes I'd wave
C
I was much too young to think of danger
      F
I was curious and innocent and brave


C
Now the wrinkles in my face have gotten deeper
       F
I'm an old man that's just 25 years young
C
I try to keep myself away from mirrors
       F
They remind me of the stupid things I've done


Am                                    G
Because after all man's intellect and power
F                                      Am
All you get is 650,000 hours if you're lucky then you're dead
         G                                  F
Says the voice inside my head that keeps me moving on

That keeps me singing these songs


         C
So sing along, oh, oh, here we go, been down this road
                                         
About a thousand times before but we ain't bored
F
Oh, oh, here we go, singing songs we wrote
                                           Am
About a thousand times before but we ain't bored
             G                     F
The same four chords, the same four chords


        C
Now the beard upon my face has gotten thicker
      F
To protect me from the storms that come my way
C
Maybe when life's done I'll be the singer
       F
In the band that plays outside of Heaven's gate


Am                                    G
Because after all man's intellect and power
F                                      Am
All you get is 650,000 hours if you're lucky then you're dead
         G                                  F
Says the voice inside my head that keeps me moving on

That keeps me singing these songs


         C
So sing along, oh, oh, here we go, been down this road
                                         
About a thousand times before but we ain't bored
F
Oh, oh, here we go, singing songs we wrote
                                           Am
About a thousand times before but we ain't bored
             G                     F       Am
The same four chords, the same four chords
             G                     F
The same four chords, the same four chords



(This section is palm muted. Play section twice.)


F         G            Am
Even if I die tomorrow I'll be glad
C/E                       F
My life was filled with songs
              G
And even if I die tomorrow
Am                     C/E
These four chords will keep me living on 



(Then play a third time, not palm muted.)


F         G            Am
Even if I die tomorrow I'll be glad
C/E                       F
My life was filled with songs
              G
And even if I die tomorrow
Am                     C .
These four chords will keep me living on


        C .
So sing along, oh, oh, the songs that we wrote

Are playing back on the radio
F
Oh, oh, if I die tomorrow
Am                     G
These four chords will keep me living on


C
Oh, oh, the songs that we wrote

Are playing back on the radio
F
Oh, oh, if I die tomorrow


Am                     G
These four chords will keep me living on
Am                     G
These four chords will keep me living on
Am                     G                 F   C
These four chords will keep me living on

            
            
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