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Em      C        G
I'm not angry anymore
     D
Well sometimes I am
Em      C              G
I don't think badly of you
     D           C       D
Well sometimes I do
   C              D
It depends on the day
    Em               D               C
The extent of all my worthless rage, and
        D        G
I'm not angry anymore


Em      C      G
I'm not bitter anymore
    D
I'm syrupy sweet
Em            C                 G
I'll rot your teeth down to the core
       D           C       D
If I'm really happy
   C              D
It depends on the day
     Em           D           C
If I wake up in a giddy haze, and
        D
I'm not angry
C               D
I'm not totally angry
C                D     G
I'm not all that angry anymore
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23 Comments

  1. Whats the strumming pattern?

  2. ⓃⒺⓏ

    The real song/chords :)

    Em: C: G: B7: D: Cm:
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    Em. C. G.
    I’m not angry anymore
    B7.
    Well sometimes I am
    Em. C. G
    I don’t think badly of you
    B7. C. Cm.
    Well sometimes I do
    C. B7.
    It depends on the day
    Em. D. C.
    The extent of all my worthless rage, and
    D. G.
    I’m not angry anymore

    Em. C. G.
    I’m not bitter anymore
    B7. Em.
    I’m syrupy sweet
    C. G.
    I’ll rot your teeth down to the core
    B7. C. Cm.
    If I’m really happy
    C. B7.
    It depends on the day
    Em. D. C.
    If I wake up in a giddy haze, and
    D.
    I’m not angry
    C. D.
    I’m not totally angry
    C. D. G.*
    I’m not all that angry anymore

  3. Really need to start putting strumming patterns on here. -_-

  4. Sammy joe

    Lv this tuunne

  5. I use Dm in place of D and it seems to work alright as far as I can tell

  6. what is the strumming pattern used

    • I tend to go down down-up up-down-up-down, muting with my palm on the second and third downs. So it ends up being down *mute* up-up *mute* up-down. Then on “sometimes I do” and lines like that I just play eighth notes for one measure and then 5 eighth notes followed by a hard cut. It ends up sounding pretty similar to the song, so if you just listen and read what I said it may or may not make sense, lol. Hope this helps!

  7. listennavi

    oops nevermind i thought i had but it corrected when i added the comment

  8. listennavi

    Em C G
    I’m not angry anymore
    B7 Em
    Well sometimes I am
    C G
    I don’t think badly of you
    B7 C Cm
    Well sometimes I do
    C B7
    It depends on the day
    Em D C
    The extent of all my worthless rage, and
    D G
    I’m not angry anymore

    Em C G
    I’m not bitter anymore
    B7 Em
    I’m syrupy sweet
    C G
    I’ll rot your teeth down to the core
    B7 C Cm
    If I’m really happy
    C B7
    It depends on the day
    Em D C
    If I wake up in a giddy haze, and
    D C
    I’m not angry
    D C
    I’m not totally angry
    D G
    I’m not all that angry anymore

    (FIXED THE SPACING)

  9. beginner

    where do you put your fingers for d

  10. Bey-once

    Em C G
    I’m not angry anymore
    B7 Em
    Well sometimes I am
    C G
    I don’t think badly of you
    B7 C Cm
    Well sometimes I do
    C B7
    It depends on the day
    Em D C
    The extent of all my worthless rage, and
    D G
    I’m not angry anymore

    Em C G
    I’m not bitter anymore
    B7 Em
    I’m syrupy sweet
    C G
    I’ll rot your teeth down to the core
    B7 C Cm
    If I’m really happy
    C B7
    It depends on the day
    Em D C
    If I wake up in a giddy haze, and
    D
    I’m not angry
    C D
    I’m not totally angry
    C D G
    I’m not all that angry anymore

    (sorry the spacing changed when i pasted it from word)

  11. jslattery

    The D should be a B7 instead.
    —-
    –0-
    -0–
    0—

  12. Captain_b_o_p

    Most of the D chords in this should be B7. It’s the chord paramore actually used.

  13. D0Msmagic

    The lines
    D C D
    Well sometimes I do

    and

    D C D
    If I’m really happy

    should become:

    D C Cm
    Well sometimes I do

    and

    D C Cm
    If I’m really happy

  14. nikkiuke

    The D chord where the lyrics say “worthless rage” and “giddy haze” doesn’t sound right at all

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