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Suffer  Bad Religion



[Am]Did you ever see the concrete [F]stares of everyday?
[Am]The lunatic, the hypocrite, ar[F]e all lost in the fray.
[G]Can't you see their lives are just l[Am]ike yours?
[G]An unturned stone, an undiscovered
[F]Door [E]leading [A]to [F]the gift [E]of hope [A]renewed, [F]eternity [E]for [A]you.
[F]The masses of humanity ha[E]ve always had to suffer.
(Repeat chords of first verse)
The businessman whose master plan controls the world each day
Is blind to indications of his species' slow decay.
Can't you see his life is just like yours?
An unturned stone, an undiscovered
Door leading to the gift of hope renewed, eternity for you.
The masses of humanity have always had to suffer.


[F]People blow[A] their minds [F]they choose to[A] resign
[F]This deformed s[A]ociety [F]is part of the[A] design.
[F]It'll never go [A]away [F]it's in the cards th[A]at way.
[F]The masses o[A]f humanity have [F]always, always [E]had to suffer
outro is simply the "door leading to... etc." part

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