Right Here, Right Now

Words & Music:

Jesus Jones


D5   E5   G5   D4   D   Dsus2   D


D              E                 G

A woman on the radio talks about revolution,

G           D4      D      Dsus2 D

Though it's already passed her-- by.

D                     E                  G

Bob Dylan didn't have this to sing about you know it

G     D4   D  Dsus2  D

Feels good to be---- alive.




I was alive and I waited, waited.

G                 D4     D   Dsus2  D

I was alive and I waited for this.

D           E          G                       D4  D      Dsus2  D

Right here, right now, there is no other place I'd rather be.

D           E          G            D4    D    Dsus2   D

Right here, right now, watching the world wake up from history.


I saw the decade in,

When it seemed the world could change.

In the blink of an eye

And if anything, there's your sign.


CHORUS:  [repeat and out on:]


D4  D  Dsus2  D


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