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Epilogue
Catch 22, Epilogue (From Album: Permanent Revolution)
By Will Roller

Capo on 1st

(Two, Three, Four)

G A D

G                     D
Why would a man who believed in no god
G             D
Sacrifice all he had
G                       D
To kill or be killed in pursuit of a cause
        A
Was the fate that called to him

G                          D
And you can say he might be crazy
G                   D
And some can't understand
G                       Bm                G         A      D
That a life spent doing less than all you can would be a waste

G                                D
There's only one way to truly succeed
G                         D
And it's not through intervention
G                             D
To influence the minds of the rest of mankind
     A                
Will best serve your intentions

G                           D
And you can say he might be crazy
G                   D
And some can't understand
G                       Bm                G         A      D
That a life spent doing less than all you can would be a waste

G D G D G D A G D G D G D Bm Amaj7/E  E13

G                          D
If you just can't make the world what you want
G                     D
At least you can make yourself
G                        D
An example for others to learn from and see
A
The future for themselves...

G                           D
And you can say he might be crazy
G                   D
And some can't understand
G                       Bm                G         A     D
That a life spent doing less than all you can would be a waste

G     A         D
Life would be a waste
G     A         D
Life would be a waste
G     A         D
Life would be a waste

-tab/chords by Will Roller
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About the artist behind Epilogue:

Catch 22 is the eighth studio album released by Hypocrisy in 2002. The Japanese version of the album includes a bonus track entitled, "Nowhere to Run". The band on this album said that they were influenced by some new music, especially Slipknot, which can explain the change in their sound.

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