7 Years Lukas Graham Guitar Chords 5 Versions

7 Years Lukas Graham Guitar Chords 5 Versions

Song Title:7 Years

Artist: Lukas Graham

Check out 5 versions of this song. Play in scale which suits your voice best.

7 Years Lukas Graham Guitar Chords

7 Years (A Scale)

A                                      D

Once I was seven years old, my momma told me

                                          E    F#m

Go make yourself some friends or you’ll be lonely

                     A    D  EF#m

Once I was seven years old

                      A

It was a big big world, but we thought we were bigger

D                                         E         F#m

Pushing each other to the limits, we won’t learn them quicker

                 A

By eleven smoking herb and drinking burning liquor

D                                    E             F#m

Never rich so we were out to make that steady figure

F#m                       A           D

Once I was eleven years old, daddy told me

                                   E     F#m

Go get yourself a wife or you’ll be lonely

F#m                     A        D

Once I was eleven years old

F#m          A

I always had that dream like my daddy before me

D                                   E              F#m

So I started writing songs, I started writing stories

F#m                       A

Something about the glory, just always seemed to bore me

D                                E          F#m

only those I really love will ever really know me

F#m                         A              D

Once I was twenty years old, my story got told

D                                   E    F#m

Before the morning sun, when life was lonely

F#m                     A         D

Once I was twenty years old

F#m           A

I only see my goals, I don’t believe in failure

D                                        E           F#m

Cause I know the smallest voices, they can make it major

F#m                 G#m        A

I got my boys with me and this goes in favor

   D                                       E           F#m

And if we don’t see before I leave, I hope to see you later

F#m                 A               D

Once I was 20 years old, my story got told

D                                  E        F#m

I was writing about everything, I saw before me

F#m                 A    D

Once I was 20 years old

F#m                    A                      D

Soon we’ll be 30 years old, our songs have been sold

                                               E     F#m

We’ve traveled around the world and we’re still rolling

F#m                    A      D      A

Soon we’ll be 30 years old

   F#m             E  A

I’m still learning about life

A

My woman brought children for me

D

So I can sing them all my songs

         E               F#m

And I can tell them stories

F#m

most up my boys are with me

A

Some are still out seeking glory

D

some I had to leave behind

          E              F#m

My brother I’m still sorry

F#m                   A

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, my daddy got 61

D                                       E         F#m

Remember life and then your life becomes a better one

F#m                     A

I made the man so happy when I wrote a letter once

D

I hope my children come and visit, once or twice a month

F#m                   A                           D

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, and I think the world is cold

                                     E     F#m

When I have a lot of children who can bore me

F#m                A

Soon I’ll be 60 years old

F#m                   A                           D

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, and I think the world is cold

                                     E     F#m

When I have a lot of children who can bore me

F#m                A

Soon I’ll be 60 years old

F#m              A                       D

Once I was seven years old, my momma told me

                                          E    F#m

Go make yourself some friends or you’ll be lonely

                     A     D   A

Once I was seven years old

F#m             E        A

Once I was seven years old

7 Years (G Scale)

G                                     C

Once I was seven years old, my momma told me

                                         D   Em

Go make yourself some friends or you’ll be lonely

                    G   C DEm

Once I was seven years old

                     G

It was a big big world, but we thought we were bigger

C                                        D        Em

Pushing each other to the limits, we won’t learn them quicker

                G

By eleven smoking herb and drinking burning liquor

C                                   D            Em

Never rich so we were out to make that steady figure

Em                      G          C

Once I was eleven years old, daddy told me

                                  D    Em

Go get yourself a wife or you’ll be lonely

Em                    G       C

Once I was eleven years old

Em         G

I always had that dream like my daddy before me

C                                  D             Em

So I started writing songs, I started writing stories

Em                      G

Something about the glory, just always seemed to bore me

C                               D         Em

only those I really love will ever really know me

Em                        G             C

Once I was twenty years old, my story got told

C                                  D   Em

Before the morning sun, when life was lonely

Em                    G        C

Once I was twenty years old

Em          G

I only see my goals, I don’t believe in failure

C                                       D          Em

Cause I know the smallest voices, they can make it major

Em                F#m       G

I got my boys with me and this goes in favor

  C                                      D          Em

And if we don’t see before I leave, I hope to see you later

Em                G              C

Once I was 20 years old, my story got told

C                                 D       Em

I was writing about everything, I saw before me

Em                G   C

Once I was 20 years old

Em                   G                     C

Soon we’ll be 30 years old, our songs have been sold

                                              D    Em

We’ve traveled around the world and we’re still rolling

Em                   G     C     G

Soon we’ll be 30 years old

  Em            D G

I’m still learning about life

G

My woman brought children for me

C

So I can sing them all my songs

        D              Em

And I can tell them stories

Em

most up my boys are with me

G

Some are still out seeking glory

C

some I had to leave behind

         D             Em

My brother I’m still sorry

Em                  G

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, my daddy got 61

C                                      D        Em

Remember life and then your life becomes a better one

Em                    G

I made the man so happy when I wrote a letter once

C

I hope my children come and visit, once or twice a month

Em                  G                          C

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, and I think the world is cold

                                    D    Em

When I have a lot of children who can bore me

Em               G

Soon I’ll be 60 years old

Em                  G                          C

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, and I think the world is cold

                                    D    Em

When I have a lot of children who can bore me

Em               G

Soon I’ll be 60 years old

Em             G                      C

Once I was seven years old, my momma told me

                                         D   Em

Go make yourself some friends or you’ll be lonely

                    G    C  G

Once I was seven years old

Em            D       G

Once I was seven years old

7 Years (F scale)

F                                    A#

Once I was seven years old, my momma told me

                                        C  Dm

Go make yourself some friends or you’ll be lonely

                   F  A#CDm

Once I was seven years old

                    F

It was a big big world, but we thought we were bigger

A#                                       C       Dm

Pushing each other to the limits, we won’t learn them quicker

               F

By eleven smoking herb and drinking burning liquor

A#                                  C           Dm

Never rich so we were out to make that steady figure

Dm                     F         A#

Once I was eleven years old, daddy told me

                                 C   Dm

Go get yourself a wife or you’ll be lonely

Dm                   F      A#

Once I was eleven years old

Dm        F

I always had that dream like my daddy before me

A#                                 C            Dm

So I started writing songs, I started writing stories

Dm                     F

Something about the glory, just always seemed to bore me

A#                              C        Dm

only those I really love will ever really know me

Dm                       F            A#

Once I was twenty years old, my story got told

A#                                 C  Dm

Before the morning sun, when life was lonely

Dm                   F       A#

Once I was twenty years old

Dm         F

I only see my goals, I don’t believe in failure

A#                                      C         Dm

Cause I know the smallest voices, they can make it major

Dm               Em      F

I got my boys with me and this goes in favor

 A#                                     C         Dm

And if we don’t see before I leave, I hope to see you later

Dm               F             A#

Once I was 20 years old, my story got told

A#                                C      Dm

I was writing about everything, I saw before me

Dm               F  A#

Once I was 20 years old

Dm                  F                    A#

Soon we’ll be 30 years old, our songs have been sold

                                             C   Dm

We’ve traveled around the world and we’re still rolling

Dm                  F    A#    F

Soon we’ll be 30 years old

 Dm           CF

I’m still learning about life

F

My woman brought children for me

A#

So I can sing them all my songs

       C             Dm

And I can tell them stories

Dm

most up my boys are with me

F

Some are still out seeking glory

A#

some I had to leave behind

        C            Dm

My brother I’m still sorry

Dm                 F

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, my daddy got 61

A#                                     C       Dm

Remember life and then your life becomes a better one

Dm                   F

I made the man so happy when I wrote a letter once

A#

I hope my children come and visit, once or twice a month

Dm                 F                         A#

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, and I think the world is cold

                                   C   Dm

When I have a lot of children who can bore me

Dm              F

Soon I’ll be 60 years old

Dm                 F                         A#

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, and I think the world is cold

                                   C   Dm

When I have a lot of children who can bore me

Dm              F

Soon I’ll be 60 years old

Dm            F                     A#

Once I was seven years old, my momma told me

                                        C  Dm

Go make yourself some friends or you’ll be lonely

                   F   A# F

Once I was seven years old

Dm           C      F

Once I was seven years old

7 Years (E scale)

E                                   A

Once I was seven years old, my momma told me

                                       B C#m

Go make yourself some friends or you’ll be lonely

                  E ABC#m

Once I was seven years old

                   E

It was a big big world, but we thought we were bigger

A                                      B      C#m

Pushing each other to the limits, we won’t learn them quicker

              E

By eleven smoking herb and drinking burning liquor

A                                 B          C#m

Never rich so we were out to make that steady figure

C#m                    E        A

Once I was eleven years old, daddy told me

                                B  C#m

Go get yourself a wife or you’ll be lonely

C#m                  E     A

Once I was eleven years old

C#m       E

I always had that dream like my daddy before me

A                                B           C#m

So I started writing songs, I started writing stories

C#m                    E

Something about the glory, just always seemed to bore me

A                             B       C#m

only those I really love will ever really know me

C#m                      E           A

Once I was twenty years old, my story got told

A                                B C#m

Before the morning sun, when life was lonely

C#m                  E      A

Once I was twenty years old

C#m        E

I only see my goals, I don’t believe in failure

A                                     B        C#m

Cause I know the smallest voices, they can make it major

C#m              D#m     E

I got my boys with me and this goes in favor

A                                    B        C#m

And if we don’t see before I leave, I hope to see you later

C#m              E            A

Once I was 20 years old, my story got told

A                               B     C#m

I was writing about everything, I saw before me

C#m              E A

Once I was 20 years old

C#m                 E                   A

Soon we’ll be 30 years old, our songs have been sold

                                            B  C#m

We’ve traveled around the world and we’re still rolling

C#m                 E   A   E

Soon we’ll be 30 years old

C#m          BE

I’m still learning about life

E

My woman brought children for me

A

So I can sing them all my songs

      B            C#m

And I can tell them stories

C#m

most up my boys are with me

E

Some are still out seeking glory

A

some I had to leave behind

       B           C#m

My brother I’m still sorry

C#m                E

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, my daddy got 61

A                                    B      C#m

Remember life and then your life becomes a better one

C#m                  E

I made the man so happy when I wrote a letter once

A

I hope my children come and visit, once or twice a month

C#m                E                        A

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, and I think the world is cold

                                  B  C#m

When I have a lot of children who can bore me

C#m             E

Soon I’ll be 60 years old

C#m                E                        A

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, and I think the world is cold

                                  B  C#m

When I have a lot of children who can bore me

C#m             E

Soon I’ll be 60 years old

C#m           E                    A

Once I was seven years old, my momma told me

                                       B C#m

Go make yourself some friends or you’ll be lonely

                  E  AE

Once I was seven years old

C#m          B     E

Once I was seven years old

7 Years (D scale)

D                                  G

Once I was seven years old, my momma told me

                                      ABm

Go make yourself some friends or you’ll be lonely

                 DGABm

Once I was seven years old

                  D

It was a big big world, but we thought we were bigger

G                                     A     Bm

Pushing each other to the limits, we won’t learn them quicker

             D

By eleven smoking herb and drinking burning liquor

G                                A         Bm

Never rich so we were out to make that steady figure

Bm                   D       G

Once I was eleven years old, daddy told me

                               A Bm

Go get yourself a wife or you’ll be lonely

Bm                 D    G

Once I was eleven years old

Bm      D

I always had that dream like my daddy before me

G                               A          Bm

So I started writing songs, I started writing stories

Bm                   D

Something about the glory, just always seemed to bore me

G                            A      Bm

only those I really love will ever really know me

Bm                     D          G

Once I was twenty years old, my story got told

G                               ABm

Before the morning sun, when life was lonely

Bm                 D     G

Once I was twenty years old

Bm       D

I only see my goals, I don’t believe in failure

G                                    A       Bm

Cause I know the smallest voices, they can make it major

Bm             C#m    D

I got my boys with me and this goes in favor

G                                   A       Bm

And if we don’t see before I leave, I hope to see you later

Bm             D           G

Once I was 20 years old, my story got told

G                              A    Bm

I was writing about everything, I saw before me

Bm             DG

Once I was 20 years old

Bm                D                  G

Soon we’ll be 30 years old, our songs have been sold

                                           A Bm

We’ve traveled around the world and we’re still rolling

Bm                D  G  D

Soon we’ll be 30 years old

Bm         AD

I’m still learning about life

D

My woman brought children for me

G

So I can sing them all my songs

     A           Bm

And I can tell them stories

Bm

most up my boys are with me

D

Some are still out seeking glory

G

some I had to leave behind

      A          Bm

My brother I’m still sorry

Bm               D

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, my daddy got 61

G                                   A     Bm

Remember life and then your life becomes a better one

Bm                 D

I made the man so happy when I wrote a letter once

G

I hope my children come and visit, once or twice a month

Bm               D                       G

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, and I think the world is cold

                                 A Bm

When I have a lot of children who can bore me

Bm            D

Soon I’ll be 60 years old

Bm               D                       G

Soon I’ll be 60 years old, and I think the world is cold

                                 A Bm

When I have a lot of children who can bore me

Bm            D

Soon I’ll be 60 years old

Bm          D                   G

Once I was seven years old, my momma told me

                                      ABm

Go make yourself some friends or you’ll be lonely

                 D GD

Once I was seven years old

Bm         A    D

Once I was seven years old

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