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Chords (4)

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Chord Cadd9 (x,3,0,0,1,0)
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Chord D (x,x,0,2,3,2)
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Chord Em (0,2,2,0,0,0)
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Chord G (3,2,0,0,3,3)
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Cadd9: x32033


Chorus :
G G          Cadd9 Cadd9
 Don't you know
         Em Em            D D     G G
 They're talkin' about a revolution
    Cadd9 Cadd9         Em Em      D D
 It sounds like a whisper
G G          Cadd9 Cadd9
 Don't you know
         Em Em            D D     G G
 They're talkin' about a revolution
    Cadd9 Cadd9         Em Em      D D
 It sounds like a whisper



1st verse :
              G G                Cadd9 Cadd9          Em Em     D D
 While they're standing in the welfare lines
G G              Cadd9 Cadd9              Em Em       D D
 Crying at the doorsteps of those armies of salvation
G G        Cadd9 Cadd9       Em Em           D D
 Wasting time in the unemployment lines
G G        Cadd9 Cadd9  Em Em            D D
 Sitting around waiting for a promotion



Chorus :
G G          Cadd9 Cadd9
 Don't you know
         Em Em            D D     G G
 They're talkin' about a revolution
    Cadd9 Cadd9         Em Em      D D
 It sounds like a whisper



2nd verse :
G G            Cadd9 Cadd9          Em Em    D D
 Poor people gonna rise up
               G G       Cadd9 Cadd9  Em Em  D D
 And get their share
G G            Cadd9 Cadd9          Em Em   D D
 Poor people gonna rise up
                 G G      Cadd9 Cadd9  Em Em  D D
 And take what's theirs




Bridge :
G G          
 Don't you know you better
 Cadd9 Cadd9               Em Em             D D         G G    Cadd9 Cadd9   Em Em   D D
 Run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run
G G
Oh I said you better
 Cadd9 Cadd9               Em Em             D D         G G    Cadd9 Cadd9   Em Em   D D
 Run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run 
G G Cadd9 Cadd9       Em Em     D D               G G   Cadd9 Cadd9                Em Em     D D  
  Finally the tables are starting to turn talkin' about a revolution
G G Cadd9 Cadd9       Em Em     D D               G G   Cadd9 Cadd9                Em Em     D D  
  Finally the tables are starting to turn talkin' about a revolution
G G Cadd9 Cadd9       Em Em     D D         
  Talkin’ about a revolution while they’re




3rd verse:
G G                 Cadd9 Cadd9          Em Em     D D
 standing in the welfare lines
G G              Cadd9 Cadd9              Em Em           D D
 Crying at the doorsteps of those armies of salvation
G G        Cadd9 Cadd9       Em Em           D D
 Wasting time in the unemployment lines
G G        Cadd9 Cadd9  Em Em            D D
 Sitting around waiting for a promotion



Chorus :
G G          Cadd9 Cadd9
 Don't you know
         Em Em            D D     G G
 They're talkin' about a revolution
    Cadd9 Cadd9         Em Em      D D
 It sounds like a whisper
G G Cadd9 Cadd9       Em Em     D D               G G   Cadd9 Cadd9                Em Em     D D  
  Finally the tables are starting to turn talkin' about a revolution
G G Cadd9 Cadd9       Em Em     D D               G G   Cadd9 Cadd9                Em Em     D D  
  Finally the tables are starting to turn talkin' about a revolution
G G Cadd9 Cadd9            Em Em     D D  
  talkin' about a revolution
G G Cadd9 Cadd9            Em Em     D D    G G>let ring
  talkin' about a revolution

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