George Formby – The Other Side Of The World chords ver. 2

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The Other Side Of The World  George Formby
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VERSE 1

C AmNow I had a notion, while crossing the ocean,
C DmThat the world was anything but small.
G7 C AmBut when I landed here, it was soon very clear,
G D7 G7That it’s not so big after all,
VERSE 2
C AmCos there’s your own kith and kin there to welcome you in,
C DmOn the other side of the world,
Dm G7There’s the same kindly folk, who crack the same kind of joke,
COn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 1
G7 C C7 FAnd if you go for a stroll you’ll see a flag on the pole,
D7 G7And meet the people who kept it un - furled
C G7 C E7 A7And when a couples honey –doving it’s the same old kind of loving,
D7 G7 C GOn the other side of the world
VERSE 3
C AmThough we’re miles from our shore it’s like living next door,
C DmOn the other side of the world,
G7We’ve the same kind of names and play the same kind of games,
COn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 2
G7 C C7 FAnd when the trouble is thick, like glue to - gether we’ll stick,
D7 G7And we’ll keep the old banner unfurled
C G7 C E7 A7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
D7 G7 CFrom the other side of the world
INSTRUMENTAL (First 4 lines are as verse 2, last 2 lines are as 1st 2 lines in bridge) C Am C Dm Dm G7 G7 C G7 C C7 F D7 G7 OUTRO (last 2 lines of bridge)
C G7 C E7 A7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
D7 G7 C G CFrom the other side of the world
Alternative “Farewell” Chorus I’m going back home next week way over the foam, to the other side of the world, Such nice people I’ve met I shall leave with regret, for the other side of the world, And though the rations are short, but all the food that you’ve brought, have helped to keep the old banner unfurled, So to you my thanks I’m tending for the parcels you’ve been sending, to the other side of the world XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX VERSE 1
D BmNow I had a notion, while crossing the ocean,
D EmThat the world was anything but small.
A7 D BmBut when I landed here, it was soon very clear,
A E7 A7That it’s not so big after all,
VERSE 2
D BmCos there’s your own kith and kin there to welcome you in,
D EmOn the other side of the world,
Em A7There’s the same kindly folk, who crack the same kind of joke,
DOn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 1
A7 D D7 GAnd if you go for a stroll you’ll see a flag on the pole,
E7 A7And meet the people who kept it un - furled
D A7 D F#7 B7And when a couples honey –doving it’s the same old kind of loving,
E7 A7 D AOn the other side of the world
VERSE 3
D BmThough we’re miles from our shore it’s like living next door,
D EmOn the other side of the world,
A7We’ve the same kind of names and play the same kind of games,
DOn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 2
A7 D D7 GAnd when the trouble is thick, like glue to - gether we’ll stick,
E7 A7And we’ll keep the old banner unfurled
D A7 D F#7 B7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
E7 A7 DFrom the other side of the world
INSTRUMENTAL (First 4 lines are as verse 2, last 2 lines are as 1st 2 lines in bridge) D Bm D Em Em A7 A7 D A7 D D7 G E7 A7 OUTRO (last 2 lines of bridge)
D A7 D F#7 B7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
E7 A7 D A DFrom the other side of the world
Alternative “Farewell” Chorus I’m going back home next week way over the foam, to the other side of the world, Such nice people I’ve met I shall leave with regret, for the other side of the world, And though the rations are short, but all the food that you’ve brought, have helped to keep the old banner unfurled, So to you my thanks I’m tending for the parcels you’ve been sending, to the other side of the world XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX VERSE 1
E C#mNow I had a notion, while crossing the ocean,
E F#mThat the world was anything but small.
B7 E C#mBut when I landed here, it was soon very clear,
B F#7 B7That it’s not so big after all,
VERSE 2
E C#mCos there’s your own kith and kin there to welcome you in,
E F#mOn the other side of the world,
F#m B7There’s the same kindly folk, who crack the same kind of joke,
EOn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 1
B7 E E7 AAnd if you go for a stroll you’ll see a flag on the pole,
F#7 B7And meet the people who kept it un - furled
E B7 E G#7 C#7And when a couples honey –doving it’s the same old kind of loving,
F#7 B7 E BOn the other side of the world
VERSE 3
E C#mThough we’re miles from our shore it’s like living next door,
E F#mOn the other side of the world,
B7We’ve the same kind of names and play the same kind of games,
EOn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 2
B7 E E7 AAnd when the trouble is thick, like glue to - gether we’ll stick,
F#7 B7And we’ll keep the old banner unfurled
E B7 E G#7 C#7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
F#7 B7 EFrom the other side of the world
INSTRUMENTAL (First 4 lines are as verse 2, last 2 lines are as 1st 2 lines in bridge) E C#m E F#m F#m B7 B7 E B7 E E7 A F#7 B7 OUTRO (last 2 lines of bridge)
E B7 E G#7 C#7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
F#7 B7 E B EFrom the other side of the world
Alternative “Farewell” Chorus I’m going back home next week way over the foam, to the other side of the world, Such nice people I’ve met I shall leave with regret, for the other side of the world, And though the rations are short, but all the food that you’ve brought, have helped to keep the old banner unfurled, So to you my thanks I’m tending for the parcels you’ve been sending, to the other side of the world XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX VERSE 1
F DmNow I had a notion, while crossing the ocean,
F GmThat the world was anything but small.
C7 F DmBut when I landed here, it was soon very clear,
C G7 C7That it’s not so big after all,
VERSE 2
F DmCos there’s your own kith and kin there to welcome you in,
F GmOn the other side of the world,
Gm C7There’s the same kindly folk, who crack the same kind of joke,
FOn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 1
C7 F F7 BbAnd if you go for a stroll you’ll see a flag on the pole,
G7 C7And meet the people who kept it un - furled
F C7 F A7 D7And when a couples honey –doving it’s the same old kind of loving,
G7 C7 F COn the other side of the world
VERSE 3
F DmThough we’re miles from our shore it’s like living next door,
F GmOn the other side of the world,
C7We’ve the same kind of names and play the same kind of games,
FOn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 2
C7 F F7 BbAnd when the trouble is thick, like glue to - gether we’ll stick,
G7 C7And we’ll keep the old banner unfurled
F C7 F A7 D7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
G7 C7 FFrom the other side of the world
INSTRUMENTAL (First 4 lines are as verse 2, last 2 lines are as 1st 2 lines in bridge) F Dm F Gm Gm C7 C7 F C7 F F7 Bb G7 C7 OUTRO (last 2 lines of bridge)
F C7 F A7 D7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
G7 C7 F C FFrom the other side of the world
Alternative “Farewell” Chorus I’m going back home next week way over the foam, to the other side of the world, Such nice people I’ve met I shall leave with regret, for the other side of the world, And though the rations are short, but all the food that you’ve brought, have helped to keep the old banner unfurled, So to you my thanks I’m tending for the parcels you’ve been sending, to the other side of the world XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX VERSE 1
G EmNow I had a notion, while crossing the ocean,
G AmThat the world was anything but small.
D7 G EmBut when I landed here, it was soon very clear,
D A7 D7That it’s not so big after all,
VERSE 2
G EmCos there’s your own kith and kin there to welcome you in,
G AmOn the other side of the world,
Am D7There’s the same kindly folk, who crack the same kind of joke,
GOn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 1
D7 G G7 CAnd if you go for a stroll you’ll see a flag on the pole,
A7 D7And meet the people who kept it un - furled
G D7 G B7 E7And when a couples honey –doving it’s the same old kind of loving,
A7 D7 G DOn the other side of the world
VERSE 3
G EmThough we’re miles from our shore it’s like living next door,
G AmOn the other side of the world,
D7We’ve the same kind of names and play the same kind of games,
GOn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 2
D7 G G7 CAnd when the trouble is thick, like glue to - gether we’ll stick,
A7 D7And we’ll keep the old banner unfurled
G D7 G B7 E7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
A7 D7 GFrom the other side of the world
INSTRUMENTAL (First 4 lines are as verse 2, last 2 lines are as 1st 2 lines in bridge) G Em G Am Am D7 D7 G D7 G G7 C A7 D7 OUTRO (last 2 lines of bridge)
G D7 G B7 E7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
A7 D7 G D GFrom the other side of the world
Alternative “Farewell” Chorus I’m going back home next week way over the foam, to the other side of the world, Such nice people I’ve met I shall leave with regret, for the other side of the world, And though the rations are short, but all the food that you’ve brought, have helped to keep the old banner unfurled, So to you my thanks I’m tending for the parcels you’ve been sending, to the other side of the world XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX VERSE 1
A F#mNow I had a notion, while crossing the ocean,
A BmThat the world was anything but small.
E7 A F#mBut when I landed here, it was soon very clear,
E B7 E7That it’s not so big after all,
VERSE 2
A F#mCos there’s your own kith and kin there to welcome you in,
A BmOn the other side of the world,
Bm E7There’s the same kindly folk, who crack the same kind of joke,
AOn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 1
E7 A A7 DAnd if you go for a stroll you’ll see a flag on the pole,
B7 E7And meet the people who kept it un - furled
A E7 A C#7 F#7And when a couples honey –doving it’s the same old kind of loving,
B7 E7 A EOn the other side of the world
VERSE 3
A F#mThough we’re miles from our shore it’s like living next door,
A BmOn the other side of the world,
E7We’ve the same kind of names and play the same kind of games,
AOn the other side of the world
BRIDGE 2
E7 A A7 DAnd when the trouble is thick, like glue to - gether we’ll stick,
B7 E7And we’ll keep the old banner unfurled
A E7 A C#7 F#7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
B7 E7 AFrom the other side of the world
INSTRUMENTAL (First 4 lines are as verse 2, last 2 lines are as 1st 2 lines in bridge) A F#m A Bm Bm E7 E7 A E7 A A7 D B7 E7 OUTRO (last 2 lines of bridge)
A E7 A C#7 F#7So it’s a very happy meeting and I bring a special greeting,
B7 E7 A E AFrom the other side of the world
Alternative “Farewell” Chorus I’m going back home next week way over the foam, to the other side of the world, Such nice people I’ve met I shall leave with regret, for the other side of the world, And though the rations are short, but all the food that you’ve brought, have helped to keep the old banner unfurled, So to you my thanks I’m tending for the parcels you’ve been sending, to the other side of the world XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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