A Great Big World - Cheer Up Chords & Tabs

 

Cheer Up Chords & Tabs

A Great Big World Chords & Tabs

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Cheer Up Chords

   
A Great Big World - Cheer Up!
From the album: Is There Anybody Out There? (2014)
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Capo 1

Intro:
G D G C G D Em C

  G             D                               G                     C         
Cheer up! 'Cos nothing really matters when you look up into outer space.
         G                   D                  Em       C
It's a great big world and there's no need to cry.

  G             D                          G                  C
Cheer up! We're all interconnected to the reaches of the galaxy.
     G                   D                 Em        C
And my best friend said he came from the sky.

     D              G               D
He travelled to The Earth aboard a pink spaceship, 
      D               G                D
It's hard for him to hide behind those eyes.
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  G             D                       G                 C
Cheer up! The atoms in your body are as old as every dinosaur.
           G             D                Em      C
You're a special part of one big grand design.

  G             D                           G                       C
Cheer up! We're all in this together to discover what we're living for.
 G          D                       Em     C
13 billion years and there's still time.

D              G              D
Every night I wish upon the star so bright, 
 D              G            D
Waiting for the others to arrive.

  G             D                               G                   C
Cheer up! 'Cos nothing really matters when you look up into outer space.
         G                   D                  Em   C
It's a great big world and there's no need to cry.
 G          D                       Em     C         G
13 billion years and there's still time.
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