Innocent Eyes Delta Goodrem
Written by Delta Goodrem and Vince Pizzinga
The verses may seem a little tricky at first, but the chorus and da da daing in the song only uses really simple chords.
Do you remember, when you were seven,
and the only thing that you wanted to do was
[F]show your mum that you could play the piano.
Ten years have passed - and the one thing that lasts is that
same old song that we played along and
[F]made my mamma cry
[Am]I miss those days and I [F]miss those way[E]s -
[Am]I got lost in fantasies in a
F E - (hold chord) -
cartoon land of mysteries in aplace you won't grow old, in a place you won't feel cold and i'll sing.
[Am]Da da da da da d[F]a da da da da [G]da da, seems I'm l[Em]ost in my reflect[Am]ion.
Da da da da da d[F]a da da da da [G]da da, find a star[Em] for my direction[Am].
Da da da da da d[F]a da da da da [G]da da, for the lit[Em]tle girl inside.[Am]
Who wo[F]n't just h[G]ide don't let me s[Em]ee nustajes and [Am]lies
Let [F]me keep my [G]- faith [Em]in innocent e[E]yes.
Verse 2 (Use chord progression from verse one)
Do you remember when you were fifteen and the kids at school called you a fool coz you took the chance to dream ... etc
[Dm/F] Under my[A] feeling under m[Dm]y skin -
[Dm/F] Under th[A]e thoughts from [Dm]within -
[Dm/F] Learning [A]the subtext of t[Dm]he mind -
[Dm/F]See cr[A]eation how we're de[Dm]fined.
This is where the piano bit kicks in, it's just using the notes from an Aminor chord and working down three octaves.
Chorus x 2
End chorus finishes on an Am chord.
ie. G Em Am
keep my faith in innocent eyes.
that is all ... enjoy!