Intro: C G Dm Am Hear ye, hear ye! My name is Samuel Seabury F C G and I present "Free thoughts on the proceedings of the Continental Congress!" Verse: C G Dm Am Heed not the rabble who scream revolution F G They have not your interest at heart G -Oh my god. Tear this dude apart- C G Dm Am Chaos and bloodshed are not a solution F G Don't let them lead you astray Am G This congress does not speak for me Am G They're playing a dangerous game Am Dm I pray the king shows you his mercy D G For shame, for shame! Verse: C G Dm Yo! He'd have you all unravel at the sound of screams -Heed not the rabble who scream- Am But the revolution is comin' -Revolution!- F The have-nots are gonna win this -They have not your interests at heart- G It's hard to listen to you with a straight face C G Dm Chaos and bloodshed already haunt us -Chaos and Bloodshed are not solution- Am F Honestly, you shouldn't even talk and what about Boston -Don't let them lead you astray- G Look at the cost of all that we've lost Am And you talk about Congress? -This Congress does not speak for me- G My dog speaks more eloquently than thee Am -You're playing a dangerous game- G But strangely, your mange is the same! Am Dm -I pray the king shows you his mercy- Is he in Jersey? D -For shame—- For the Revolution! G Ab -For shame!- For the Revolution! Verse: Db -Heed—- If you repeat yourself again I'm gonna Ebm Bbm -Scream—- Honestly, look at me, please don't read! Gb Ab -Not your interest—- Don't modulate the key then not debate with me Db Ab Ebm Why should a tiny island across the sea Bbm Regulate the price of tea? Alexander, please! Gb Burr, I'd rather be divisive than indecisive Ab Drop the niceties Bb Dm Silence! a message from the King! Gm a message from the King! F a message from the King!