The Final Countdown Uke tab by Europe

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Intro:
Em chordEm-C chordC-Am chordAm-D chordD
Em chordEm-C chordC-Am chordAm-D chordD
Em chordEm -D chordD -Em chordEm -Em chordEm -Bm chordBm ...

[EmEm] We're xxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxx xxxxx xxxx [AmAm] farewell
[EmEm] And xxxxx xxxxx xxxx xxxx xx xxxxx [DD] who xxx [GG] tell
[CC] I xxxxx xxxxx xx [DD] no xxx xx xxxxx
[GG] We're [DD] leaving [EmEm] ground
[CC] Will xxxxxx xxxx [BmBm] be xxx xxxx [DD] again

It's xxx xxxxx [EmEm] countdown [CC] [AmAm] [DD]
The xxxxx [EmEm] countdown [CC] [AmAm] [DD]

[EmEm] We're xxxxxxx xxx xxxxx xxx xxxxx xx xxxxx [AmAm] tall
[EmEm] 'Cause xxxxx xxxxxxx xxxx xx xxx [DD] welcome xx [GG] all
[CC] With xx xxxx [DD] light xxxxx xx xx
[GG] And [DD] things xx xx [EmEm] found
[CC] I'm xxxx xx xxxx [BmBm] all xxxx xxx [DD] so

It's xxx xxxxx [EmEm] countdown [CC] [AmAm] [DD]
The xxxxx [EmEm] countdown [CC] [AmAm] [DD]

Em chordEm-C chordC-Am chordAm-D chordD
Em chordEm-C chordC-Am chordAm-D chordD
Em chordEm -D chordD -Em chordEm -Em chordEm -Bm chordBm

It's xxx xxxxx [EmEm] countdown [CC] [AmAm] [DD]
The xxxxx [EmEm] countdown [CC] [AmAm] [DD]
Em chordEm-C chordC-Am chordAm-D chordD
Em chordEm-C chordC-Am chordAm-D chordD
Em chordEm -D chordD -Em chordEm -Em chordEm -B7 chordB7 ... ( one loud strum to end) ...Em

 

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About this song

"The Final Countdown" is a hard rock song by Europe, from their 1986 breakthrough album of the same name. The song's musical-style and production were heavily inspired by glam metal, glam rock and hard rock from the 80s. Released as the album's first single, the song entered the top five on the majority of the charts it appeared on. It is arguably the band's most recognizable and popular song. The song was based on an old keyboard riff that vocalist Joey Tempest had composed as early as 1981