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Are You Up There Chords (ver.1)

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Are You Up There Chords (ver.1)

The Osmonds
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                "Are You Up There" (Capo: 4th. fret)

____Intro:

 G---G7---Csus---C---Caug5---C---Csus---C
 Eb---Ebadd9---Eb---Ebadd9---Eb
 Ab---E---C#---G#sus---Ab

____Verse:1 Em (Arpeggio)

 Em
 It could all end tomorrow,
     Em/D
 and where would I be?
      C.7
 Does life go on
             G/B    Am
 or will it be the end of me?
 F
 Seems a bit unfair 
               Cmaj7  
 to think that all I've learned and done
            Em-----Em7/D---C---B7---Em
 belongs to no one.

____Verse:2

 Em
 Why should I cherish living
    Em/D
 if there's no so called "Plan"?
   Cmaj7
 Why, I would have no future
    G/B      Am
 if it were left to man.
 F
 I can't believe that we just happened
Cmaj7  
 and don't know what for.
       Em          Em7/D-----C---B7  
 There must be more.

____Music:

*G---Ebmaj9 (Repeat *)
 Eb---D7sus---Daug5

____Verse:3

 Em
 Why should I trust in a love
      Em/D
 that I can't have forever?
      Cmaj7
 Does it seem right 
             G/B    Am
 to live a game of take-away?
 F                                 Cmaj7
 Should I want for children if there
                            Em------Em7/D---C---B7---B7/Eb  
 isn't any more for them to live for?

____Verse:4

 Em                         Em/D
 Maybe I'm a pessimist - then maybe I'm not.
     C.7                      G/B    Am
 But one thing that I'd like to know is what I've got.
 F                            Cmaj7  
 I don't want a miracle or to see you in the air,
             Em      Em/B---Em---C---B7
 but are you up there? 
     B7/Eb  Em        Em/B---Em---C---B7
 Are you____everywhere? 
 B7/Eb  Em         Em/B---Em---C---B7
 Do you really care?
     B7/Eb  Em    Em/B---Em---C---B7
*Are you____up there?_______________ (Repeat * 3 times) 

____Ending:

*G---Ebmaj9 (Repeat * 3 times)
 Eb------Em---Em9
            
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