“Zombie” is a protest song by Irish alternative rock[6] band the Cranberries, written in memory of the two young victims who were killed in the 1993 Warrington bombings, Johnathan Ball and Tim Parry.

It was released on 19 September 1994 as the lead single from their second studio album, No Need to Argue, two weeks ahead of the album’s release. Music critics have long recognised “Zombie” by the Cranberries as “a masterpiece of alternative rock”.

Intro :
Am F C G
Am F C G
[3x]
 Am            F
Another head hangs lowly
   C               G
child is slowly taken
Am                  F
And the violence caused such silence
C              G
who are we mistaken
         Am
But you see it’s not me
          F
it’s not my family,
          C
In your head, in your head
             G
they are fighting
             Am
With their tanks and their bombs
            F
And their bombs and their guns.
          C
in your head, in your head
           G
the are crying..
Reff:
            Am            F
  In your head..in your head..
      C               G
  zombie, zombie, zombie...
           Am              F
  In your head,..in your head
      C               G
  zombie, zombie, zombie...
Musik :
Am F C G
[2x]
Am        F
Another mother's breakin'
   C              G
heart is taking over
Am                  F
When the violence causes silence
C                G
we must be mistaken..
           Am
It’s the same old theme
        F
since nineteen-sixteen
          C
in your head, in your head
                   G
they’re still fighting..
             Am
With their tanks and their bombs
            F
And their bombs and their guns
          C
in your head, in your head
           G
the are dying..
==Kebali ke : Reff
Outro :
Am F C G
[9x]
Am