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Change II  The Alarm



[G] [G] [C] [C] [G] [D] [D] [Em] [Em] [C] [C] VERSE 1:
It's been a long time coming and it's good to be back[G] [G] [C] [C] [G]
Been in a head on collision with a medicine man[G] [G] [C] [C] [G]
I've been [D]down in the alley where the odds are stacked
[Em]Down on my knees, had to [C]turn back
[G]Change, [D]Change, [Em]I need a [C]change, Oh [G]Lord[D] [Em] [C]
(play twice)
BRIDGE 1: (chords same as intro)

VERSE 2: (chords same as Verse 1)
Down in a no man's land between sorrow and sweet
 (Fill: G|-3b-0--3b-0--3b-0--3b-0-- )

Where the devil himself sits on the judgement seat
Where you drown in your rain, your wind and your sleet
When you're six feet under, down on your feet
[D]It's got to be tough, to be so true
[Em]It's got to be even tougher, [C]to be you
[D]Hammer on the door, singing "God Save The Queen"
[Em]I want to leave this [C]place
CHORUS (one time only)
(at this point, everything goes up one step. The chorus then becomes:)
[A]Change, [E]Change, [F#m]I need a c[D]hange, Oh L[A]ord[E] [F#m] [D]
(song ends: )
It's been a long time coming and it's good to be back[A] [A]
[--]I don't know the damn frequency, Michael. So shut the hell up.

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