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Intro:
    Am F C Dm
    Am F C

Am           F   C
 Na Na Na Na Oh Oh
             Dm  Am
 Na Na Na Na Oh Oh
             F   C
 Na Na Na Na Oh Oh


Am                               F 
 When the leader of the bad guys sang
C                             Dm
 Something soft and soaked in pain
Am                                F   C   
 I heard the echo from his secret hideaway
Am                              F
 He must've forgot to close his door
C                               Dm
 As he cranked out those dismal chords
Am                           F     C
 And his four walls declared him insane


  Em
I found my way
      B
Right time wrong place
     Dm      G
As I pled my case


           F         C
You're the judge, Oh no
       G Am
Set me free
           F         C
You're the judge, Oh no
       G Am
Set me free
  F              G
I know my soul's freezing
       C            Am
Hell's hot for good reason
   F            Am
So please, take me


Am           F  C
 Na Na Na Na Oh Oh
             Dm Am
 Na Na Na Na Oh Oh
             F  C
 Na Na Na Na Oh Oh

 
 Am               
 Three lights are lit
                      F 
 But the fourth one's out
       C
 I can tell cause it's a bit darker
                       Dm
 Than the last night's bout
      Am 
 I forgot about the drought
                        F
 Of light bulbs in this house
           C
 So I head out
                           
 Down a route I think is heading south
             Am
 But I'm not good with directions
                      F
 And I hide behind my mouth
       C
 I'm a pro at imperfections
                              Dm
 And I'm best friends with my doubt
Am
 And now that my mind's out
                             F
 And now I hear it clear and loud
                C
 I'm thinking, "Wow

 I probably should've stayed inside my house."
 

   Em
 I found my way
       B
 Right time wrong place
      Dm       G
 As I pled my case


            F         C
 You're the judge, Oh no
        G Am
 Set me free
            F         C
 You're the judge, Oh no
        G Am
 Set me free
   F              G
 I know my soul's freezing
        C            Am
 Hell's hot for good reason
    F
 So please,
 

Am                    F
 I don't know if this song
C                    Dm
 Is a surrender or a revel
Am                    F
 I don't know if this one
C                   Dm
 Is about me or the devil
Am                    F
 I don't know if this song
C                    Dm
 Is a surrender or a revel
Am                    F
 I don't know if this one
C                     Dm
 Is about me or the devil
 
Interlude:
    Am F C Dm 
    Am F C

            F         C
 You're the judge, Oh no
        G        Am
 Set me free, oh no
            F         C
 You're the judge, Oh no
        G        Am
 Set me free, oh no
   F              G
 I know my soul's freezing
        C            Am
 Hell's hot for good reason
    F
 So please,

Interlude -x2-: F C G Am

F         C
 Na Na Na Na Oh Oh
G         Am
 Na Na Na Na Oh Oh
F         C
 Na Na Na Na Oh Oh
G         Am    
 Na Na Na Na Oh Oh


            F         C
 You're the judge, Oh no
        G Am
 Set me free
            F         C
 You're the judge, Oh no
        G Am
 Set me free
            F         C
 You're the judge, Oh no
        G Am
 Set me free
            F         C
 You're the judge, Oh no
        G Am     
 Set me free

Outro:
    F G C Am
    F
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315 Comments

  1. This are the strumming patterns I used, they are from the tutorial of Elise Ecklundd, thought it might help.

    Intro & Verse progression
    Am, F, C, Dm
    DDU UDU UDU DDU
    Am F
    DDU UDU UDU DDU
    C Dm
    Pre-chorus progression
    Em, B, Dm, G
    D D D D
    Chorus progression
    (F, C, G, Am) x2
    DDU UDU
    Strumming once for each chord.
    Chorus pt2 progression
    F, G, C, Am, F
    DDDDU
    Strumming once for each chord
    Bridge progression
    (Am, F, C, Dm) x4
    DD D DD D
    Am F C Dm

  2. What strumming patterns should I use?

  3. i play em and g instead in the i found my way bit

  4. bricks lasagna

    instead of f, play 0010. it sounds more interesting, and more accurate.

  5. they forgot the 'josh dun' and i'm triggered

    i’ve been playing this for about 20 mins and my thumb hurts and my cuticles hurt, but it was worth it

  6. JimmyJamz

    These chords were great for the song 1234

  7. JimmyJamz

    These chords were great for the song

  8. DDU UDU UDU DD is the strumming pattern for the verses and the na na na parts
    you change to the next chord at DDs and DDUs

  9. Clikkie and Proud

    it should be rebel not revel. Other than that, thanks! I love this song and it is really accurate and sounds right.

  10. AbnormalHannah

    -5

  11. i love this song but i hate the cord B

  12. Ddud is the one I use

  13. whats the outro strumming pattern?

  14. I personally play Am F C Dm for the verse.

  15. I was playing the song and then the cords changed??? What???

  16. Why did the chords change???

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