Everybody Wants To Rule The World Uke tab by Tears For Fears

5 Chords used in the song: Dmaj7, G, Em, F#m, A

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Intro:  
A|-----2-2-------------2-2----------------|
E|-2-2-------------2-2--------------------|
C|----------------------------------------|
G|--2------2--------2------2--------------|


Dmaj7 Dmaj7, G G (x4)



Dmaj7 Dmaj7, G G
Welcome to you life,

Dmaj7 Dmaj7, G G
There's no turning back,

Dmaj7 Dmaj7, G G,
Even while we sleep,



We will find you,

Em Em F#m F#m
Acting on your best behavior.

G G F#m F#m
Turn your back on mother nature.

Em Em F#m F#m G G A A Dmaj7 Dmaj7 G G
Everybody wants to rule the world.


Dmaj7 Dmaj7 G G (x2)

Dmaj7 Dmaj7 G G
Oh, it's my own design

Dmaj7 Dmaj7 G G
It's my own remorse,

Dmaj7 Dmaj7 G G
Help me to decide,


Help me make the


Em Em F#m F#m
Most of freedom and of pleasure,

G G F#m F#m
Nothing ever lasts forever,


Em Em F#m F#m G G A A Dmaj7 Dmaj7 G G
Everybody wants to rule the world.

 

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MattyDaddy avatar
flag for DE(ISO2) (Saarbrücken)
Great start, doc, but where's the rest ("There's a room where the light won't find you...")?
12 Feb 2018
doc_akh avatar
flag for US(ISO2) (Richmond)
Hey youre right, thank you, just a small mistake, it was supposed to be F#m! All fixed :)
15 Apr 2013
Agranado avatar
flag for US(ISO2) (Pembroke Pines)
Something about the Fm sounds off to me (maybe im wrong) but the rest sounds awesome
07 Apr 2013
About this song

"Everybody Wants to Rule the World" is a song by the English New Wave band Tears for Fears. It was the band's ninth single release in the United Kingdom (the third from their second LP: Songs from the Big Chair) and seventh UK Top 40 chart hit, peaking at number two in April 1985. In the U.S., it was the lead single from the album and gave the band their first Billboard Hot 100 number-one hit on 8 June 1985, remaining there for two weeks. It also reached number-one on both the Hot Dance Music/Club Play and Hot Dance Singles Sales charts in the U.S.