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Galaxy Song lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, to me it's an amazing song recorded by Clint Black.
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Galaxy Song Recorded by Clint Black Written by Eric Idle and John Duprez
D7 G D7 G Just remember that you're standing on a planet that's evolving D7 Am Revolving at nine hundred miles an hour D7 Am D7 Am It's orbiting at nineteen miles a second so it's reckoned D7 G A sun that is the source of all our power
Em G The sun and you and me and all the stars that we can see E7 Am Are moving at a million miles a day C G E7 In an outer spiral arm at forty thousand miles an hour A7 D7 G Of the Galaxy we call the Milky Way
Em G Our Galaxy itself contains 100 billion stars Em D7 It's 100,000 light years side to side Am D7 Am It bulges in the middle 16,000 light years thick D7 G But out by us it's just 3,000 light years wide
Em G We're 30,000 light years from galactic central point E7 Am We go round every 200 million years C A7 G E7 And our Galaxy is only one of millions and billions A7 D7 G In this amazing and expanding Universe
Em G Our universe itself keeps on expanding and expanding Em D7 In all of the directions it can whiz Am D7 Am As fast as it can go the speed of light you know D7 G 12 million miles a minute and that's the fastest speed there is
Em G So remember when you're feeling very small and insecure E7 Am How amazingly unlikely is your birth C G E7 And pray that there's intelligent life somewhere up in space A7 D7 G Cause I'm afraid that we've been cheated here on Earth
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