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Intro:
    C     Em
    C     Em

C            Em
 Short steps, deep breath
F             Am  G
 Everything is alright
C        Em
 Chin up, I can't
F              Am  G
 Step into the spotlight
Dm         Am
 She said, "I'm sad,"
C            F       G
 Somehow without any words
Dm      Am
 I just stood there
C              F    G
 Searching for an answer


                   F       G
When this world is no more
                  Em       Am
The moon is all we'll see
F               Fm            C    C7
I'll ask you to fly away with me
                    F          G
Until the stars all fall down
                    Em
They empty from the sky
    A7
But I don't mind
   Dm          C        F    G       C          Em
If you're with me, then everything's alright

Interlude: C   Em

C      Em 
 Why do my words
F                 Am        G
 Always lose their meaning?
C            Em
 What I feel, what I say
F                      Am    G
 There's such a rift between them
Dm      Am
He said, "I can't
C             F     G
Really seem to read you."
Dm      Am
 I just stood there
C               F        G
 Never know what I should do


                   F       G
When this world is no more
                   Em      Am
The moon is all we'll see
F               Fm             C    C7
 I'll ask you to fly away with me
                    F          G
Until the stars all fall down
                    Em
They empty from the sky
    A7
But I don't mind
   Dm          C        F     G         Am      C 
If you're with me, then everything's alright
   Dm          C        F     G        C       Em
If you're with me, then everything's alright

Outro:
    C     Em
    C    
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9 Comments

  1. finchkell

    Got the riff from YouTube user BattleSrc Ukulele. The beginning intro can be played as it’s written there, however I’ve found it sounds more like the original song if you combine the C & Em listed above, so that it plays as follows:
    xA|–3——–3—5—7——–3——–2——-10—–7—|
    xE|–0———————————–3–0—–0———|
    xC|–0———————————–4——————|
    xG|–0–0——————0——-0—-0—-0—0———|

    xA|–3——–3—5—7—3—10——–2———-7—–2—|
    xE|–0————————————3–0——0———-|
    xC|–0————————————4——————-|
    xG|–0–0————————–0—–0—-0—-0———-|

    This can also be played at the end & after each chorus, in place of the C & Em chords. At the very end of the song, just strumming C once after completing the riff will suffice.

    I love this game a lot & I’m pleased by how quickly i was able to pick it up. Thank you, and good luck to others playing both this song & the game!

  2. Hear the song while you play it and follow the piano. You’ll know exactly the pattern if you do it

  3. MufMuf I use down down up up down up but at the end of the chorus where it says “when you’re with me, everything’s alright,” I just strum each chord once but that’s just how I do it lol

  4. what’s the stumming pattern for this song? anyone?

    • Idkhowtouke

      I use D, DDD for the chorus. For the verses I just use single down strums at the part “but I don’t mind” of the chorus and the rest of it, I use single down strums for that too

  5. Awesome song! Glad that it’s so easy to learn. :-)

  6. awesome song, surprisingly easy to learn.

  7. This song it beautiful

  8. i just finished watching a play though of To The Moon oh my god

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