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Intro: E  B  Dbm  A

Verse:
  E
I need more dreams
         B
And less life
  Dbm
I need that dark
                 A
In a little more light
E                               B
I cried tears you'll never see
   Dbm
So xxxx you, you can go cry me an ocean
             A
And leave me be

Pre-Chorus:
A       B    Dbm Dbm
You are what you love
A       B         Dbm
Not who loves you
     A          B      Dbm  Dbm
In a world full of the word yes
    A
I'm here to scream

Chorus -x2-:
E                        
No No       
           B       
Wherever I go     
                 Dbm      
Trouble seems to follow 
                   A    
Only plugged in to save rock and roll

Interlude: E  B  Dbm  A

Verse:
E                      B
Blood brothers in desperation
   Dbm
An oath of silence
                         A
For the voice of our generation
E                              B
How'd it get to be only me?
             Dbm
Like I'm the last damn kid still kicking
             A
That still believes

Pre-Chorus:
A      B      Dbm Dbm
I will defend the faith
A          B         Dbm
Going down swinging
A      B    Dbm Dbm
I will save the songs
        A
That we can't stop singing

Chorus:
E  
No No  
           B  
Wherever I go  
                 Dbm  
Trouble seems to follow          
                   A  
Only plugged in to save rock and roll

Bridge:
E
Oh no we won't go
      B
Cause we don't know when to quit oh oh
Dbm
Oh no we won't go
      A
Cause we don't know when to quit oh oh

Pre-Chorus:
A       B    Dbm Dbm
You are what you love
A       B         Dbm
Not who loves you
     A          B      Dbm  Dbm
In a world full of the word yes
    A
I'm here to scream

Chorus -x2-:
E  
No No  
           B  
Wherever I go  
                 Dbm  
Trouble seems to follow          
                   A  
Only plugged in to save rock and roll

Bridge:
E
Oh no we won't go
      B
Cause we don't know when to quit oh oh
Dbm
Oh no we won't go
      A
Cause we don't know when to quit oh oh

Outro:
 F
 No No

-Oh no we won't go-
           C
Wherever I go

    -Cause we don't know when to quit oh oh-
                 Dm
Trouble seems to follow

                -Oh no we won't go-
                   Bb
Only plugged in to save rock and roll

            -Cause we don't know when to quit oh oh-
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8 Comments

  1. ProbablyPanickingAtADiscoSomewhere

    I took a break from ukulele and self-taught myself electric guitar instead, and before I wasn’t able to play a Dbm on the uke because I kept thinking that my fingers wouldn’t stretch that far…
    I was wrong, as a week of guitar practice has shown me XD

  2. i use the D DU UDU strum pattern :)

  3. Anyone got a good strumming pattern for this I can’t get one right

  4. Twenty-One Panicked Discos

    I love this song so much thank you this is amazing on the ukulele

  5. -4 is pretty easy for most of it. 9 don’t change the chords for the end though and it sounds fine

  6. +3 and +5 are probably the easiest btw (:

  7. To add to my previous comment:
    the chorus before the final bridge

  8. The key change (Emaj to Fmaj) occurs in the chorus before the bridge which should bring the chords a semitone up (from E,B,Dbm, and A to F,C,Dm, and Bb) and those chords stay the same till the end of the song

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