The Scientist is the second single from British alternative rock band Coldplay's second studio album. Martin was inspired to write "The Scientist" after listening to George Harrison's "Isn't it a Pity" on the album All Things Must Pass. The song is a piano-driven ballad but it has been Guitar arrangement. This is the way how Chris Martin plays it. Coldplay released "The Scientist" in Europe on 4 November 2002. In October 2011, NME placed it at number 37 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years" .In 2009, Rolling Stone ranked it number 54 on its "100 Best Songs of the Decade" list. F 033210 *** Fourths Tuning F A D G B C *** Dm 057760 A# 088760 F5 033010 Bb 0.10.10.9.8.0 *** Fourths Tuning F A D G B C *** This is the way how Chris Martin plays. INTRO F F5 x2
DmCome up to meet yA#ou Tell you I'm soFrry You don't know how lovely you aDmre I had to find A#you Tell you I need Fyou Tell you I'll set you Dmapart Tell me your secA#rets And ask me your questFions Oh lets go back toDm the start Running in circA#les Coming in talesF Heads are a science apA#art
A#Nobody said it was eFasy It’s such a shame for uA#s to part A#Nobody said it was eFasy No-one ever said it would be this hBbard Oh take me back to the sFtart
F A# F Dm
DmI was just guessiA#ng At numbers and fFigures Pulling the puzzles Dmapart Questions of sciA#ence Science and progFress Do not speak as loud as my Dmheart Tell me you love A#me Come back and haunt Fme Oh and I rush to the sDmtart Running in circA#les Chasing taFles Coming back as we aA#re
A#Nobody said it was eFasy Oh it's such a shame for us to A#part A#Nobody said it was eaFsy No-one ever said it would be so hBbard I'm going back to the sFtart
F A# F Dm A# F x5 End F oh - ooo-oo-oo-oo-ooo Ah - ooo-oo-oo-oo-ooo Oh - ooo-oo-oo-oo-ooo oh - ooo-oo-oo-oo-ooo
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