Tom: D D Folks call me a maverick, guess I ain't too diplomatic, D C G D I just never been the kind to go along. D Avoiding confrontation for the sake of conformation D C G A And I'll admit I tend to sing a different song. A Bm A G But sometimes you just can't be afraid to wear a different hat. E7 A If Columbus had complied this ol' world might still be flat. D F Nothing ventured, nothing gained. G C G D Sometimes you've got to go against the grain. D Well, I have been accused of making my own rules. D C G D There must be rebel blood just a-runnin' through my veins. D But I ain't no hypocrite, what you see is what you get. D C G A And that's the only way I know to play the game. A Bm A G Old Noah took much ridicule building his great arc. E7 A But after 40 days and 40 nights, he was looking pretty smart. D F Sometimes its best to brave the wind and rain. G C G D By havin' the strength to go against the grain. D E Well there's more folks than a few who share my point of few. D A E But they're worried if they're gonna sink or swim. E They'd like to buck the system, but the deck is stacked against them. D A B And they're a little scared to go out on a limb. C#m B A But if you're gonna make a difference, if you're gonna leave your mark. F#7 B You can't follow like a bunch of sheep, you've gotta listen to your heart. E G Go bustin' in like ol' John Wayne. A D A E Sometimes you've got to go against the grain. E G Nothing ventured nothing gained, A D A E Sometimes you've got to go against the grain.
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