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Applaus Applaus Chords
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Intro: Same chords as verse.

Verse1:

G                      D                Em
Ist meine Hand eine Faust machst Du sie wieder auf 
G                 D                 Em
und legst die Deine in meine. 
G                D                          Em   
Du flüsterst Sätze mit Bedacht durch all den Lärm 
G                   D                    Em
als ob sie mein Sextant und Kompass wär'n.

Chorus:
C              G     
Applaus, Applaus
D 
Für Deine Worte. 
C                G
Mein Herz geht auf, 
D
Wenn Du lachst! 
C              G
Applaus, Applaus, 
Em                        D
Für Deine Art mich zu begeistern. 
C                Em
Hör niemals damit auf!
C 
Ich wünsch mir so sehr, 
        D                G
Du hörst niemals damit auf.

Interlude played like Intro/Verse:

D   Em  G   D  Em

Verse2:

G             D              Em
Ist meine Erde eine Scheibe, machst Du sie wieder rund. 
G                    D                  Em
Zeigst mir auf wunderbare Weise was Weitsicht heißt. 
G                   D                     Em
Will ich mal wieder mit dem Kopf durch die Wand 
G                      D                          Em
Legst Du mir Helm und Hammer in die Hand.

Chorus:
C              G     
Applaus, Applaus
D 
Für Deine Worte. 
C                G
Mein Herz geht auf, 
D
Wenn Du lachst! 
C              G
Applaus, Applaus, 
Em                        D
Für Deine Art mich zu begeistern. 
C                Em
Hör niemals damit auf!
C 
Ich wünsch mir so sehr, 
        D                G
Du hörst niemals damit auf.

Chorus:
C              G     
Applaus, Applaus
D 
Für Deine Worte. 
C                G
Mein Herz geht auf, 
D
Wenn Du lachst! 
C              G
Applaus, Applaus, 
Em                        D
Für Deine Art mich zu begeistern. 
C                Em
Hör niemals damit auf!
C 
Ich wünsch mir so sehr, 
        D                G
Du hörst niemals damit auf.



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Sportfreunde Stiller - Applaus Applaus Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
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About the artist behind Applaus Applaus Chords:

Sportfreunde Stiller [ˌʃpɔʁtfʀɔɪ̯ndə ˈʃtɪlɐ] is a German rock band from Germering, near Munich in Bavaria.

The band was founded in 1996 by Peter "Balboa" Brugger (guitar, vocals), Florian "Rakete" Weber (drums, vocals), and Rüdiger "Rüde" Linhof (bass). They took their original name, Stiller, from their former football manager, Hans Stiller, at SV Germering. They later changed their name because a different band called Stiller owned the rights to this name. The term Sportfreunde literally translates to friends in sports and is also used in names of sports clubs (e.g. Sportfreunde Siegen).

Sportfreunde Stiller's track "Independent" from Die gute Seite was featured in the video game FIFA 2003.

In 2006 the band wrote "'54, '74, '90, 2006", a fan hymn for the German World Cup squad which became a number one hit in Germany; the song commemorates German championships in the 1954, 1974, and 1990 World Cups. After Germany lost in the semi-final against Italy on July 4, 2006, the song was reworked as "'54, '74, '90, 2010" in anticipation of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

Sportfreunde Stiller was nominated for Best German Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2006 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Their new album "La Bum" was released on August 3, 2007 (and reached the number 1 spot in Germany) with their single "Alles Roger" debuting on July 20, 2007 (reaching number 22 in Germany). The band was also nominated once again for the 2007 MTV Europe Music Awards award for German Act of the year.

The entire La Bum album (bonus track edition) was added to the American iTunes store in early 2008.

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