Against Me - What We Worked For Chords & Tabs

 

What We Worked For Chords & Tabs

Against Me Chords & Tabs

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What We Worked For Chords

   
"What We Worked For"
Against Me!
from the Crime As Forgiven By...  EP

For the most part, the chord changes are correct, I mean
he says it's a three chord song to begin with.


A	E	D	A


A
Lost the confidence to write a song
		    E 
So I found three simple chords

And held them together with my weak voice
	         D
On an out of tune guitar
			A
My father gave to me


		E
And may Elvis turn in his grave
			           D		          A
And Les Paul curse my dirty calloused fingers
		    E	   
And may the likes of this song never make

One fucking dollar
			   D   
Leave it for a demo tape
            			A
To be played until it's broken
					  E
And remembered only for what it was


 			    D
Though we gave 'em hell
			    A
Though we gave 'em hell
			    E
Though we gave 'em hell
(2x)

[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/a/against_me/what_we_worked_for_crd_ver_2.html ]
A					      E
To my friends and enemies who could have been anything
	      D
Titans and heroes who found survival in cause and effect
		  A
Behind counters

Behind windows
	        E
Striving just

			D
To be people with bitter ideals of justice
	      E						    D           A
Do we only need to keep working because it pays rent?
	    E
Sleeping under plastic stars glued to the ceiling
		    D				A
Muscles burning alcohol and nicotine
		  	E
Every morning


		          D
But we gave 'em hell
		          A
But we gave 'em hell
		          E
But we gave 'em hell
(2x)


                A
There's a height beyond skyscrapers
	    E				     D
There's a distance beyond the freeway
  	      A			       E
More than pictures in a magazine
			 D
More than tragedy in a rock and roll song
		E
It's more than actions you know are safe to make
		D			A
It's more than money could ever buy


  	 E
Are we living to work and die in American cities?
	D			 A
And working to live and die in American cities,
         E				   D	A	E (let ring)
And dying for what we worked.
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