Alice Cooper - Last Man On Earth Guitar Chords

Alice Cooper

album rock, classic rock, comic, glam metal

Song versions: 1 2
Chords: Gm, Eb, D, Cm, A, F, Bb, E, Am, G
Intro Gm

Verse 1
Gm
I don't know why my whole world came crashing down,
Eb          D            Gm
I just woke up in lonely town.

I opened up my eyes, and much to my surprise,
Eb                D                Eb
Look out, there's heaven that I've found.


Pre-chorus 1
Cm                         Gm
Don't need to care about tomorrow, 
Cm                      A  D
I got no pain, I got no sorrow!


Chorus
        Gm
I'm the last man on Earth, so tell me what it's worth, 
Eb     D            Gm
Am I a beggar, or a king?
       
Got no trouble, got no time, eternity is mine,
Eb      F            D
I got a whole lot of everything!


Verse 2
Gm
I can take this town, and just burn it to the ground,
Eb          D             Gm
Smash every window that I see!

I can smoke, I can drink, I can swear, and I can stink! 
Eb             D               Eb
There ain't no one to bother me, no, no. 


Pre-chorus 1
Cm                         Gm
Don't need to care about tomorrow,
Cm                      A  D
I got no pain, I got no sorrow!  


Chorus
        Gm
I'm the last man on Earth, so tell me what it's worth,
Eb     D            Gm
Am I a beggar, or a king?

Got no trouble, got no time, eternity is mine,
Eb      F            D
I got a whole lot of everything! 



Interlude   
Gm
It's all mine!
Eb   D   Gm  Eb  D
 
Pre-chorus 2
Eb            F              Bb   F
There's not a single soul to talk to me,  
Eb           Cm           A     D      slow down +(E)
But that's okay, I never liked them!!  


Chorus   
        Am
I'm the last man on Earth, and I know what it's worth,   
F         E             Am 
I'm not a beggar, I'm a king! 

Got no troubles, got no time, and everything is fine,  
F              G       E 
'Cause I'm the King of Everything!!


Outro 
Am                                                ]
It's all mine! Mine, mine, mine, mine, mine, mine!  

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