C Everybody lives on a street in a city G7 Or a village or a town for what it's worth. And they're all inside a country which is part of a continent C That sits upon a planet known as Earth. And the Earth is a ball full of oceans and some mountains C7 F Which is out there spinning silently in space. Cdim7 Cmaj7 Em6 And living on that Earth are the plants and the animals Dm G7 C G7 C And also the entire human race. C It's a great big universe C G And we're all really puny G We're just tiny little specks G C About the size of Mickey Rooney. F Cdim7 It's big and black and inky Cmaj7 Em6 And we are small and dinky Dm G7 C It's a big universe and we're not. G7 C And we're part of a vast interplanetary system G7 Stretching seven hundred billion miles long. With nine planets and a sun; we think the Earth's the only one C That has life on it, although we could be wrong. Across the interstellar voids are a billion asteroids C7 F Including meteors and Halley's Comet too. Cdim7 Cmaj7 Em6 And there's over fifty moons floating out there like balloons Dm G7 C In a panoramic trillion-mile view. C And still it's all a speck amid a hundred billion stars G7 In a galaxy we call the Milky Way. It's sixty thousand trillion miles from one end to the other C And still that's just a fraction of the way. 'Cause there's a hundred billion galaxies that stretch across the sky C7 F Filled with constellations, planets, moons and stars. Cdim7 Cmaj7 Em6 And still the universe extends to a place that never ends Dm G7 C G7 C Which is maybe just inside a little jar! C It's a great big universe G7 And we're all really puny We're just tiny little specks C G7sus4 Cdim7 About the size of Mickey Rooney. C F Cdim7 Though we don't know how it got here Cmaj7 Em6 We're an important part here Dm7 G7 C G7 C It's a big universe and it's ours!