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Scooter - Break It Up Chords

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Break It Up Chords

(ver. 2) Click to play this song!
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                BREAK IT UP

Lyrics & music: Nosie Katzmann

This is a nice ballad with acoustic guitars from the German group Scooter!
You can play this song in two ways. Scooter plays with a capo on the first fret, but you
can also play without a capo. If you wish to play with a capo, play the chords listed in
version 1 below, if you want to play without one, use the chords is section 2. It really
doesn't matter which method you use, but personally I prefer to play with a capo
since you have to jump around so much on the fretboard if you play normally. But anyway,
let me know what you think!

VERSION I - With a capo on 1st fret:

Eb  (xx0232)
Cm  (x24432)
Gm  (244222)
Bb  (x02220)
Ab  (320003)

VERSION II - Without a capo:

Eb  (x68886)
Cm  (x35543)
Gm  (355333)
Bb  (x13331)
Ab  (466544)


Eb      Cm      Gm      Bb   (play twice)

Verse: (Same chords in second verse)

Where in the world, where in the world

Where in the world did I get this hurt?

Gm                 Bb
I don't mind, yeah I don't mind

If you call me bad, call me wrong

Call me anything but your own

Gm                 Bb
I don't mind, yeah I don't mind

Bridge: (Same chords in second bridge)

I don't care if you leave me

I don't care if you go away

I don't care if you wanted this

Gm              Bb
I don't mind

Chorus: (Same chords in second and third chorus)

Eb                                              Cm
Break it up, break it up, break it up, break it up my love

Eb                                                 Cm
If you think that you can stay with me, break it up my love

Oh, break it up

Yeah, oh break it up

Oh oh oh, break it up

                    Gm         Bb
Yeah, just break it up

Scratch Solo:

(Play verse chords here)


Ab      Cm      Ab      Gm      Bb

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