Somebody’s Out There Watching by The Kinleys Guitar Chords

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You can play Somebody’s Out There Watching by The Kinleys using guitar or guitar.
This song by The Kinleys can also be played by that instruments.
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Somebody’s Out There Watching guitar chords has swing and included in II (2000) album.
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Somebody’s Out There Watching by The Kinleys Guitar Chords


SOMEBODY’S OUT THERE WATCHING
by the Kinleys (songwriters: Lerner, Golde, Booker)
charted by Bo Frazer
note — some weird voicings here; the bass seems to be playing
an F chord after the Bb6 in the chorus, so I may be wrong on
the Gm to C thing, but these chords will work just fine — sorry!

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Intro see bridge chords
Verse1:
Hope, everybody needs hope, some kind of
Peace of mind that they can call their own,
And everybody needs love, just a little trust, ’cause sometimes
Eatin’, sleepin’, breathin’ just ain’t enough.
As long as the truth is on the table,
As long as there’s kindness down the line,
Like the little babies in the cradle, we’ll be fine,

Chorus:
‘Cause I believe
Somebody’s out there watchin’
Somebody’s out there watchin’
I believe
Somebody’s out there watchin’
Somebody’s out there watchin’ over me.

Verse2:
Dreams, everybody needs dreams,
All the joy and happiness that the good life brings.
Everybody needs freedom, everybody needs touch,
Somewhere to lay their heads when it gets to be too much.
Got enough time to last forever,
Got enough faith to get us home,
We’re never gonna die and go to heaven all alone,
(chorus)

Bridge:
Hidden from us, in the sky above us,
I can feel it all around.
Hard to see them, but I do believe that
There are angels looking down.
(chorus)


 

 

If you want to learn The Kinleys Somebody’s Out There Watching guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is fully based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play Somebody’s Out There Watching. Guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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