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The secret life of plants

Year: 1979 - Album: Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants

(Stevie Wonder)

  		
Intro:  C#sus C#m (4x)   
  
  
   C#sus      C#m        C#sus        C#m      
I can't  conceive the nucleus of all  
 Asus(add9)      Am     E/A       G#7(b9)       
Begins            inside a tiny seed.  
         C#sus      C#m      C#sus   C#m     
 And  what we see      as insignificant 
   Asus(add9)        Am    E/A             G#7(b9) 
Provides          the purest air we breathe  
  
A6                           A#m7(b5)               E/B                 G#7/C      C#sus             C#    
But  who    am I to doubt                   or question the inevitable     be                   ing.  
                           F#m                                 D#m7(b5)         G#7                 C#sus   C#m  
For those are but      a few discoveries we find inside   the secret life of plants.  
  
C#sus      C#m        C#sus        C#m     Asus(add9)   Am          E/A       G#7(b9)  
A species smaller than the eye can see  or larger  than most living things.  
C#sus      C#m      C#sus                   C#m    Asus(add9)     Am    E/A         G#7(b9)  
And yet we take from it without consent      our  shelter, food  habiliment.  
  
A6                           A#m7(b5)               E/B                 G#7/C      C#sus             C#    
But  who am I to doubt                      or question the inevitable         be               ing.  
                         F#m                                 D#m7(b5)         G#7                 C#sus   C#m    
For those are but      a few discoveries we find inside the secret life of plants.  
  
C#m/B  
  
       A                    C#/A                    F#m              
But far too many give them in return                    
   G#7                                    C#m                   F#                        Bm7    E  
 a stomp, cut, drown or burn                   as if                 they?re nothing.  
       A                       C#/A                                          F#m  
But if you ask yourself            where would you be   
          G#7                               C#m              F#9            D#m7(b5)    G#7(b9)  
without them, you will find                          you                   would          not.  
  
C#sus      C#m        C#sus        C#m             Asus(add9)      Am          E/A       G#7(b9)  
And some believe antennas are their leaves that spans beyond our galaxy.  
C#sus      C#m      C#sus   C#m        Asus(add9)        Am    E/A             G#7(b9)  
They?ve been, they are and probably will be who are the mediocrity.  
  
A6                           A#m7(b5)               E/B                 G#7/C      C#sus             C#    
But  who am I to doubt                       or question the inevitable                          being.  
                        F#m                                 D#m7(b5)         G#7                 C#sus C#7(b9)  
For those are but  a few discoveries we find inside the secret life of plants.  
                           F#m                                          D#m7(b5)   G#7             C#sus  C#m  
For those are but          a few discoveries we find inside the secret life of plants.  
Am          G#7(b9)           D9(b5)         C#maj7/9/5-  
Oh           oh                     oh                 mm  
  
  


	  

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