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04 October 2018

CHORDS: twenty one pilots – Neon Gravestones Piano & Ukulele Chord Progression and Tab

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This is the chord progression of Neon Gravestones by twenty one pilots on Piano, Ukulele, Guitar and Keyboard.

[Intro]
Bm F#m
A E7
G
Bm F#m
A E7
G
Bm F#m
A E7
G

[Verse 1]
Bm
What’s my problem?
F#m
Well, I want you to follow me down to the bottom
Underneath the insane asylum
A
Keep your wits about you while you got ’em
E7
‘Cause your wits are first to go while you’re problem-solving
G
And my problem?
We glorify those, even more, when they
Bm
My opinion
Our culture can treat a loss
F#m
Like it’s a win and right before we turn on them
A                                                                       E7
We give them the highest of praise, and hang their banner from a ceiling
G
Communicating, further engraving
An earlier grave is an optional way
No

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[Chorus]
Bm                                         F#m
Neon gravestones try to call

(Neon gravestones try to call)
A                                                             E7
Neon gravestones try to call for my bones

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(Neon gravestones try to call)
G
Call
(For my bones)
Bm                     F#m
Call, call, call
A E7
Call
G
Call

[Verse 2]
Bm
What’s my problem?
Don’t get it twisted
F#m
It’s with the people we praise who may have assisted
A
I could use the streams and extra conversations
E7
I could give up, and boost up my reputation
G
I could go out with a bang
They would know my name
They would host and post a celebration
Bm
My opinion will not be lenient
F#m
My opinion, it’s real convenient
A
Our words are loud, but now I’m talking action
E7
We don’t get enough love?
Well, they get a fraction
G
They say, “How could he go if he’s got everything?”
I’ll mourn for a kid, but won’t cry for a king

[Chorus]
Bm                     F#m
Neon gravestones try to call
(Neon gravestones try to call)
A                                                             E7
Neon gravestones try to call for my bones
(Neon gravestones try to call)
G
Call
(For my bones)
Bm F#m
Call, call, call
A E7
Call
G
Call

[Bridge]
Bm/A
Promise me this
Bm
If I lose to myself
Em
You won’t mourn a day
D
And you’ll move onto someone else
A
Promise me this
Bm
If I lose to myself
Em
You won’t mourn a day
D
And you’ll move onto someone else

[Interlude]
A Bm Em D
(Call)
A Bm Em D
(Call)

[Chorus]
A                                         Bm
Neon gravestones try to call
(Neon gravestones try to call)
Em                                                             D
Neon gravestones try to call for my bones
(Call, call, call)
A Bm
Neon gravestones try to call
(Neon gravestones try to call)
Em D
Neon gravestones try to call for my bones

[Bridge]
A
But they won’t get them
Bm
No, they won’t get them
Em
They won’t get them
D
But they won’t get them

[Verse 3]
A
Don’t get me wrong
The rise in awareness
Bm
Is beating a stigma that no longer scares us
Em
But for sake of discussion
In spirit of fairness
D
Could we give this some room for a new point of view?
A
And, could it be true that some could be tempted
Bm
To use this mistake as a form of aggression?
Em
A form of succession?
A form of a weapon?
D
Thinking “I’ll teach them”
Well, I’m refusing the lesson
A
It won’t resonate in our minds
Bm
I’m not disrespecting what was left behind
Em
Just pleading that “it” does not get glorified
D
Maybe we swap out what it is that we hold so high
A
Find your grandparents or someone of age
Bm
Pay some respects for the path that they paved
Em
To life, they were dedicated
D
Now, that should be celebrated

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