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Forever Now
Tab by laniezarthur
Email: [email protected]
Forever Now from Revolution Radio (available on October 7th 2016)
Tuning: Standard 
Key: E then D

Youtube cover : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_Fh_oKXLaU&index=12&list=PL-hUNl-NnuShNRndzQk09BOlqch-PWioQ

Green Day's new song from the album "Revolution Radio" coming on October 7th
This is the longest song of the album, and it's simply amazing !

As usual I give you the full chords for those who would like to play an acoustc version 
but you have to play them as power chords (the EAD or xADG strings) to have a Green Day sound

All of your suggestions are welcome !

Enjoy !

Chords (the chords of the Somewhere Now riff may not be accurate, don't hesitate to tell me if it's so !)

E : x799xx
G#m : 466xxx
A : 577xxx or x022xx (x0222x when you play the Somewhere Now riff)
B and Bm: 799xxx or x244xx
C#m : x466xx
G : 355xxx
F#m : 244xxx
Em : 022xxx
D : x577xx (xx0232 for the final chord)
Dsus2 : xx0230
Dsus2/C : x30230
Dsus2/B : x20230
Asus4 : x02230


[VERSE 1]

E
My name is Billie, And im freaking out
E           G#m
I thought before I was
      A                    B   E B
And I can't get it figured out
E       A           E
I sit alone with my thoughts and prayers
E            G#m
Screaming my memories
   A              B     E B
As if I was never there


(CHORUS]

C#m             E                  B
Standing at the edge of the world
C#m               E      B
Its giving me the chills
C#m              E                 B
Looking down the edge of the world
A         B
Lost in a tangle
    E             A
Its freaking me out
A       B               E    B  A
Burning lights and Blackouts
B                          E   B  A
From the edge of the world
B                         
From the edge of the world

[VERSE 2]

E
Im like a punk rocker on labor day
E                  G#m       
How the hell did I work so hard
A               B    E B
To be born this way?
E       A                  E
I never learned to read or write so well
E         G#m
But I can play the guitar
  A                 B    E B
Until it hurts like hell


(CHORUS]

C#m             E                  B
Standing at the edge of the world
C#m               E      B
Its giving me the chills
C#m              E                 B
Looking down the edge of the world
A         B
Lost in a tangle
    E             A
Its freaking me out
A       B               E    B  A
Burning lights and Blackouts
B                          E   B  A
From the edge of the world
B                         
From the edge of the world

D  A  G  A (x4)
D  A  Bm

[BRIDGE]

Bm         G                 D         A
If this is what you call the good life
Bm       G             D   A
I want a better way to die
Bm         G                 D         a
If this is what you call the good life
Bm       G             D
I want a better way to die


D  F#m Em G  Bm A (x2)

    D  F#m Em G        Bm      A        D   F#m Em G
Oh, I          dont wanna think about tomorrow
        Bm      A           D   F#m Em G
Dont wanna think about this road
      Bm   A        D   F#m Em G  Bm A
It doesnt matter anyway
   D   F#m Em G    Bm   A          D   F#m Em G
Oh I,         I wanna start a revolution
     Bm   A            D   F#m Em G
I wanna hear it on my radio
             Bm   A     D   F#m Em G  Bm A   
I'll put it off another day
G                A
I want a new conspiricy
        D                     G     A
And the silence of a thousand cries
G
So hurry up
  A                    D
I want a better way to die

D  F#m Em G  Bm A (x2)

D

[Here you play the intro of "Somewhere Now". The chords are]

Dsus2  Dsus2/C  Dsus2/B  Asus4 A

Dsus2              Dsus2/C
Im running late to Somewhere Now
Dsus2/B        A G Bm G
I dont want to be
Dsus2                Dsus2/C
Where the future and promises
Dsus2/B               A G Bm G
Ain't what it used to be
Dsus2             Dsus2/C
I never wanted to compromise
   Dsus2/B          A G Bb G
Or bargain with my soul
Dsus2               Dsus2/C
How did life on the wild side
Dsus2/B     A
Ever get so full


[CHORUS]

D  G A (x4) (when Mike sings "Somewhere Now")

          D   G
Somewhere now
           A              D     G
Dont wanna think about tomorrow
           A               D    G
Dont wanna think about the road
           A         D   G  A 
It doesn't matter anyway
   D G        A            D     G
Oh I, I wanna start a revolution
        A             D     G
I wanna hear it on my radio
            A           D   G  A
I'll put it off another day
   D  G D           A              D     G 
Oh I,   don't wanna think about tomorrow!
D           A               D    G
Don't wanna think about the road
D          A         D   G D A
It doesn't matter anyway
   D G D         A            D     G
Oh I,  I want to start a revolution 
D         A               D    G
I want to hear my on the radio
D          A           D   G D A
And put it off another day

[OUTRO]

D  G  Bb
D  F  A
D  G  Bb
D  F  A

D  F#m Em G  Bm A (x4)

D (brief) (x4)

[SOMEWHERE NOW RIFF]

Dsus2  Dsus2/C  Dsus2/B  Asus4 A

End on D



 
 
Green Day - Forever Now :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Forever Now tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Forever Now:

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".

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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