The Scientist Uke tab by Coldplay

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Am chordAm, F chordF, C chordC, G chordG


Am chordAm F chordF C chordC

Come up to meet you tell you I'm sorry

G chordG

You don't know how lovely you are

Am chordAm F chordF

I had to find you

C chordC

Tell you I need you

G chordG

Tell you I set you apart

Am chordAm. F chordF

Tell me your secrets

C chordC

And ask me your questions

G chordG. C chordC

Oh let's go back to the start

Am chordAm. F chordF

Running in circles

C chordC

Coming up tails

G chordG

Heads on a science apart

F chordF. C chordC

Nobody said it was easy

G chordG

It's such a shame for us to part

F chordF. C chordC

Nobody said it was easy

G chordG

No one ever said it would be this hard

C chordC

Oh take me back to the start

Am chordAm. F chordF

I was just guessing

C chordC

At numbers and figures

G chordG

Pulling the puzzles apart

Am chordAm. F chordF

Questions of science

C chordC

Science and progress

G chordG

Do not speak as loud as my heart

Am chordAm. F chordF

Tell me you love me

C chordC
Come back and haunt me

C chordC

Oh and I rush to the start

Am chordAm. F chordF

Running in circles

C chordC

Chasing our tails

G chordG

Coming back as we are

F chordF. C chordC

Nobody said it was easy

G chordG

Oh it's such a shame for us to part

F chordF. C chordC

Nobody said it was easy

G chordG

No one ever said it would be so hard

C chordC

I'm going back to the start


Oh x am f c g

 

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20 Feb 2019
About this song

Chris Martin wrote "The Scientist" after listening to George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass". In an interview with Rolling Stone, Martin revealed that while working on the band's second album, A Rush of Blood to the Head, he knew that the album was missing something. One night, during a stay in Liverpool, Martin found an old piano that was out of tune. He wanted to work on George Harrison's song "Isn't It a Pity", but he could not manage to do so. Read more on Last.fm.