INTRO E A E A E A E A
E AThis one's for every drug problem that got stopped in its tracks
E A BI'll miss railing pills with you in the park.
E AThis one's for every friend who decided not to drop out
Band stay at their mom's house.
E A B I'll miss you on the street corner when it starts to get dark.
E B G#m ABecause tonight I'm cryin' about the crack house that got torn down
E B G#m Ain the center of town.
E B G#m A And tonight I'm laughin' about the army recruitment
E B G#m Astation lying vacant.
E B Here's to the rubble. A brick through every window,
C#m A a casket buried six feet deep for everybody's heroes.
E B C#mHere's to our lives being meaningless. And how beautiful it is because
Afreedom doesn't have a purpose.
E A E A E A E A
E A BThis one's for every arsonist that got locked down before they burnt the
E A BI'll miss seeing the sky scrapers on fire!
E AThis one's for every friend who got taken off the streets so the upper class
B Ecould sleep. So the upper class could sleep. I'll miss the spray-paint and
E B G#m A EBecause tonight I can't smell the pigs around the corner
B G#m Aon the shortness of your breath.
E B G#m A E B And tonight I can't taste the whiskey from across the room
G#m Ain the stumbling of your steps.
E B C#m Here's to the rubble. A brick through every window, a casket buried six feet
A Edeep for everybody's heroes.
B C#m Here's to out lives being meaningless. And how beautiful it is because
Afreedom doesn't have a purpose!
E A E A E A E A
(watch out for the different G#m and C#m)
Tabbed by Billy_G