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Jesus Of Suburbia Chords (ver 5) - Green Day


 
Jesus Of Suburbia Chords
Part I: Jesus Of Suburbia (4/4)
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VERSE 1
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C#                                A#
    I'm the son of rage and love       The Jesus of Suburbia
    F#                               G#
The bible of none of the above, on a steady diet of
C#                                A#
    Soda pop and Ritalin               No one ever died for my
F#                                               G#
Sins in Hell, as far as I can tell, at least the ones I got away with

CHORUS
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            F#                  G#           F#                  G#
And there's nothing wrong with me,   this is how I'm supposed to be
     F#              G#                             C#  G#  F#  C#  G#  F#
In a land of make believe that don't believe in me

VERSE 2
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C#                           A#
    Get my television fix,        sitting on my crucifix
  F#                                        G#
A living room on my private womb, while the moms and brads are away
C#                                     A#
    To fall in love and fall in debt       to alcohol and cigarettes
    F#                                 G#
And mary jane to keep me insane, doing someone else's cocaine

REPEAT CHORUS

C#  G#  F#  C#  G#  F#
C#  A#  F#  G#
C#  F   A#  G#  F#  G#

Part II: City Of The ***ed (4/4)
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VERSE 1 (some chords are arranged for guitar from piano)
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       C#                         C                  A#        G#
At the center of the Earth in the parking lot of the 7-11 were I was taught
F#                      G#
    The motto was just a lie
        C#                               C                    A#                       G#
It says home is where your heart is, but what a shame, 'cause everyone's heart doesn't beat the same
F#                      G#
    It's beating out of time

CHORUS
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A#         G#         C#                 F#
    City of the Dead,      at the end of another lost highway
A#           G#              F#
    Signs misleading to nowhere
A#         G#         C#                      F#
    City of the ***ed,    lost children with dirty faces today
A#         G#              F#
    No one really seems to care

VERSE 2 (same as first)
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  C#                       C                       A#                   G#
I read the graffiti in the bathroom stall like the holy scriptures of a shopping mall
F#                         G#
    And so it seemed to confess
C#                              C                  A#                         G#
It didn't say much, but it only confirmed that the center of the earth is the end of the world
F#                         G#
    And I could really care less

REPEAT CHORUS

Part III: I Don't Care (3/3 turning into 4/4)
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G#  C#  G#  C#  F#  C#

G#           C#            G#           C#            F#           C#           G#
I don't care if you don't, I don't care if you don't, I don't care if you don't care
G#           C#            G#           C#            F#           C#           G#
I don't care if you don't, I don't care if you don't, I don't care if you don't care
G#           C#            G#           C#            F#           C#           G#
I don't care if you don't, I don't care if you don't, I don't care if you don't care
G#           C#            G#           C#            F#           C#           G#
I don't care if you don't, I don't care if you don't, I don't care if you don't care
F#  G#    C#    A  G#  C#  A  G#  C#  A  G#  C#  A  G#
I   don't care

                      A  G#
Everyone's so full of ***
                       A  G#
Born and raised by hypocrites
                          A  G#
Hearts recycled but never saved
                       A  G#
From the cradle to the grave
                           A  G#
We are the kids of war and peace
                           A  G#
From Anaheim to the Middle East
                                 A  G#
We are the stories and disciples of
                    A  G#
The Jesus of Suburbia

F#           G#      C#  G#
Land of make believe
F#           G#         C#  G#
And it don't believe in me
F#           G#      C#  G#
Land of make believe
F#           G#          F#  G#    C#
And I don't believe, and I   don't care
F#  G#    C#    F#  G#    C#
I   don't care, I   don't care
F#  G#    C#    F#  G#    C#  C#  C#  C#  G#
I   don't care, I   don't care

Part IV: Dearly Beloved (4/4)
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G#                    C
   Dearly beloved are you listening?
  C#                                  G#     D#
I can't remember a word that you were saying
G#                       C
   Are we demented or am I disturbed?
    C#                                 G#        D#
The space that's in between insane and insecure

G#  C  C#  G#  D#

G#                            C
   Oh therapy, can you please fill the void?
C#                       G#    D#
Am I retarded or am I just overjoyed
G#                        C
   Nobody's perfect and I stand accused
C#                                       G#   D#
For lack of a better word, and that's my best excuse

G#  C  C#  G#  D#

Part V: Tales Of Another Broken Home (4/4)
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G#  F#  C#  G#  F#  C#  G#  F#  C#  G#  F#

C# G#       F#  C# G#       F# C# G#     F# C# G#  F#
To live and not to breathe, is to die in trage-dy
C# G#      F#  C# G# F# C# G#        F#  C# G#   F#
To run, to run aw-ay,   to find what you believe

    C# G# C# G# C#    G#   D# G#2 D# G#2 D# G#2
And I           leave behind
C#   G#   C#  G#  C# G#   D# G#2 D# G#2 D# G#2
This hurricane of ***ing lies

   G#      F#    C# G#  F# C#   G#        F#    C# G#  F#
I  lost my faith to this,  this town that don't ex-ist
   C# G#     F#  C# G# F# C#  G#       F# C# G#    F#
So I  run, I run aw-ay,   the light of mas-o-chist

    C# G# C# G# C#    G#   D# G#2 D# G#2 D# G#2
And I           leave behind
C#   G#   C#  G#  C# G#   D# G#2 D# G#2 D# G#2
This hurricane of ***ing lies
    C# G# C# G# C#    G#   D# G#2 D# G#2 D# G#2
And I               walked this line
  C#   G# C#  G#  C# G#   D# G#2 D# G#2 D# G#2
A million and one ***ing times
    F#   C#   G#  F#  C#  G#  F#  C#  G#
But not this time

F#  C#  G#  F#  C#  G#  F#  C#  G#  F#  C#  G#
F#  C#  G#  F#  C#  G#  F#  C#  G#  F#  C#  G#
C# G# C# G# C# G# D# G#2 D# G#2 D# G#2
C# G# C# G# C# G# D# G#2 D# G#2 D# G#2

C#             D#           G#         C#
  I don't feel any shame, I won't apologize
C#                  D#               G#
   When there ain't nowhere you can go
C#                 D#          G#               C#
   Running away from pain when you've been victimized
C#                    D#       G#
   Tales from another broken home

       F#  C#  G#
You're leaving
       F#  C#  G#
You're leaving
       F#  C#  G#
You're leaving
           F# C#   G#
Ah, you're leaving home

F#  C#  G#  F#  C#  G#

 
 
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About the artist behind Jesus Of Suburbia Chords:

Green Day is an American punk trio formed in 1987.[1] The band has consisted of Billie Joe Armstrong (vocals, guitar), Mike Dirnt (bass guitar, vocals), and Tré Cool (drums, percussion) for the majority of its existence.

Green Day was originally part of the punk rock scene at 924 Gilman Street in Berkeley, California. Its early releases for independent record label Lookout! Records earned them a grassroots fanbase, some of whom felt alienated when the band signed to a major label.[2] Nevertheless, its major label debut Dookie (1994) became a breakout success and eventually sold over 10 million copies in the U.S. alone, and 15 million copies sold worldwide.[3] As a result, Green Day was widely credited, alongside fellow California punk bands The Offspring and Rancid, with reviving mainstream interest in and popularizing punk rock in the United States.[4][5] Green Day's three follow-up albums, Insomniac, Nimrod and Warning did not achieve the massive success of Dookie, but they were still successful, reaching double platinum and gold status respectively.[6] Green Day's 2004 rock opera American Idiot reignited the band's popularity with a younger generation, selling five million copies in the U.S.[7]

The band has sold over 65 million records worldwide,[8] including 22 million in the United States alone.[9] They also have three Grammy Awards, Best Alternative Album for Dookie, Best Rock Album for American Idiot, and Record of the Year for "Boulevard of Broken Dreams".

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