#1
Bridge :
G
Don't you know you better
Cadd9 Em D G Cadd9 Em D
Run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run
G
Oh I said you better
Cadd9 Em D G Cadd9 Em D
Run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run
G Cadd9 Em D G Cadd9 Em D
Finally the tables are starting to turn talkin' about a revolution
G Cadd9 Em D G Cadd9 Em D
Finally the tables are starting to turn talkin' about a revolution
G Cadd9 Em D
Talkin’ about a revolution while they’re


Noticing these i've gotten quite lost i have a few questions 1) How do you read this as in the strum patterns and time.......DO you lets say use one time like 4/4 for all notes or the chords are for specific words? like i play cadd9 till a specific part then switch but the confusing thing is the notes at the end are too close i get confused about this do i play them as 4/4 or i gotta divide them lets say 2/2 for Em and D i know i may sound confusing but can you guys really explain this playing with chords because i can play other songs perfectly but others confuse me
#2
When it's written out this way you're usually better just listening to the song to learn the changes.