Behind Blue Eyes Chords

//Behind Blue Eyes Chords

Behind Blue Eyes Chords

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“Behind Blue Eyes” chords are displayed here. The song cover was released by Limp Bizkit in 2003 on the album “Results May Vary”.  Let’s check out the chords:

Behind Blue Eyes Chords

Standard Tuning

Prefer picking for the verses, and strumming for the choruses

Intro:
Em | G | Dsus2 | Cadd9 | Asus2

Verse 1:
Em                     G
No one knows what it's like 
          Dsus2
To be the bad man 
          Cadd9
To be the sad man 
  Asus2
Behind blue eyes
    Em                      G
And no one knows what it's like 
      Dsus2
To be hated 
      Cadd9
To be fated 
           Asus2
To telling only lies 

Chorus 1:
       Cadd9   D
But my dreams 
               G  
They aren't as empty 
      Cadd9      D        E  Esus4  E  Esus4  E    
As my conscience seems to be 
       Bm          Cadd9 
I have hours, only lonely 
           D              
My love is vengeance 
             Asus2
That's never free 
 
Verse 2:
(same chords)
No one knows what it's like 
To feel these feelin's 
Like I do 
And I blame you 
No one bites back as hard 
On their anger 
None of my pain an' woe 
Can show through 

Chorus 2:
       Cadd9   D
But my dreams 
               G  
They aren't as empty 
      Cadd9      D        E  Esus4  E  Esus4  E    
As my conscience seems to be 
       Bm          Cadd9 
I have hours, only lonely 
           D              
My love is vengeance 
             Asus2
That's never free 

Bridge:
       Em     G       Dsus2  
Discover    L.I.M.P     Say it
        Cadd9           Asus2    
Discover    L.I.M.P     Say it
      Em     G       Dsus2  
Discover    L.I.M.P     Say it
        Cadd9           Asus2    
Discover    L.I.M.P     Say it

Verse  3:
(same chords)
No one knows what it's like 
To be mistreated 
To be defeated 
Behind blue eyes 
And no one knows how to say
That they're sorry 
An' don't worry 
I'm not telling lies 

Chorus 3:
       Cadd9   D
But my dreams 
               G  
They aren't as empty 
      Cadd9      D        E  Esus4  E  Esus4  E    
As my conscience seems to be 
       Bm          Cadd9 
I have hours, only lonely 
           D              
My love is vengeance 
             Asus2
That's never free 

Verse 4:
Em                     G
No one knows what it's like 
          Dsus2
To be the bad man 
          Cadd9
To be the sad man 
  Asus2
Behind blue eyes 

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By |2018-07-18T16:18:00+00:00November 6th, 2017|Guitar Tabs|10 Comments

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10 Comments

  1. Kathleen April 16, 2018 at 2:22 pm - Reply

    Great song!! Brings tears to my eyes. Thank you for sharing, much appreciated.

    • Ben April 17, 2018 at 6:58 pm - Reply

      Hey Kathleen! Thanks for stopping by. I really love the arpeggio on this one.

  2. Paul April 16, 2018 at 2:48 pm - Reply

    Very cool looking site! It looks like you have some good content here. I really like that!

    • Ben April 17, 2018 at 6:59 pm - Reply

      Hi Paul, thanks for your comment! I try to help people out there as much as I can 😉

  3. Derek Barrington April 16, 2018 at 4:34 pm - Reply

    I like the idea you are showing here. Having all the chords for the song is a great idea for budding musicians.

    • Ben April 17, 2018 at 7:00 pm - Reply

      Right Derek, it’s pretty useful to learn a song. Alternatively, you can learn music theory and how to read a music sheet, but that takes a bit more time. And guitarists are lazy haha!

  4. Laurie April 16, 2018 at 8:42 pm - Reply

    Nice! I’ll pass this along to my hubby.

    • Ben April 17, 2018 at 7:00 pm - Reply

      Hey Laurie, thanks for stopping by again! And thank you for sharing.

  5. James April 17, 2018 at 4:03 pm - Reply

    As an avid bassist, I always love hearing alternate takes of an original song. Limp Bizkit did a good job recording The Who’s original recording. I actually like LB’s version better. Thanks for sharing the chord progression, actually comping to it and playing over it with my JamMan Looper.

    • Ben April 17, 2018 at 7:02 pm - Reply

      I really love both versions to be honest. I hesitated to put The Who’s version, I think it belongs here as well. Have fun with the JamMan, it’s a cool device!

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