#1
Bm
Tick tock,
         A
Says the clock that’s on the wall,
G               F#
Time passes on, and so does the world,

Bm
Relax,
                 A
No one’s here to harm you
G
They just want the facts,
        F#
Can you show them where they’re at?

G                        D
There is no comfort, only sorrow
G                    D
In what tomorrow may bring
A                             E
You’re waiting hopelessly for someone
   A                       E
To come and take the pain away
D                         G
When I was a boy, I had a record
  D                        G
I used to play it over and over
A                              C
But now it’s all scratched and faded
           G                          D
You cannot understand what the lyrics say
A          G                 D
I can’t control what’s going on.

  A       G          D   G             D
e|8-----8\3--2h3p2----------------3------
B|-----------------3/5---5-3h5p3-----3/5-

 A          E A           E   A
e|-----------------------------17p12h14-
B|2------------2---3-2------------------
G|---1h2p1-------2-----2----------------
D|---------2/4-----------2/4------------


Play the following with the next vocals.

e|--------------
B|13------------
G|--------12h14-

C          G                 D
I can’t control what’s going on.
A          G                D
I can’t control what I have done.


Note: Try to avoid singing the line "I can’t control what’s going on." and variants with the same tune as "I have become comfortably numb." I noticed that the two songs are somewhat similar after I finished this. However, the lyrical content is different, which is basically the only concern right now, I can change up the rhythm and the melodies.
#3
for the verses, it's just once down and let it resonate, for the chorus, don't be afraid to experiment, just pick up the song and make it a little more upbeat, that's what i like about this song, that it sounds upbeat even though the lyrical content is somewhat cynical. on the comfortably numb topic, i did borrow a few words from the song here and there.
#5
I like this alot, it flows very nicely and using the record as symbolism(I think) is a very nice touch as well.

The chords seem to fit in nicely with the song as well.

Crit mine Plz? it's in sig
#6
in reality, it was a cassette tape, lol, but that wouldn't fit with the rhythm, this is part of and album that's a combination of some different things that happened to me and a former friend of mine