Galaxy Song Chords & Tabs
Monty Python Chords & Tabs
The Galaxy Song. By Eric Idle affiliated with Monty Python and the Meaning of life.
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Just Re- mem-ber that you're stan-ding on a planet that's e-volving and re-
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volving at nine hundred miles an hour. That's orbiting at nine-teen miles a
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second, so its reckoned, a sun that is the sorce of all our power. The
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sun and you and me and all the stars that we can see, are moving at a
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million miles a day. In and outer spiral arm at forty thousand miles an
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hour, Of the galaxy we call the Milky Way.
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Next verses have the same chords...
Our galaxy itself contains a hundred billion stars,
Its a hundred thousand light years side to side.
It bulges in the middle 16,000 light years thick but out
by us it's just 3,000 light years wide. We're thirty
thousand light years from galactic central point, we go
'round every two hundred million years. And our galaxy
is only one of millons of billions in this amazing and
The Univers itself keeps on expanding and expanding, in
all of the directions it can whizz. As fast as it can
go, the speed of light you know. 12 million miles a minute
and that's the fastest speed there is. So, remember when
you're feeling very small and imature, how amazingly unlikely
is your birth. And pray that there's intelligent life
somewhere up in space, 'cause there's bugger all down here on
P.S. If you think this is wrong, I dont think so! I actually checked it with the
Song sheets that came with the DVD The Meaning of life so you are the wrong one.....pansy.
And! i went and saw Eric himself in concert saw him play this so I know this song pretty well.