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Pink Floyd, Cymbaline Chords (ver.1)

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Cymbaline Chords (ver.1)

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Intro: the guitar doesn't play the D the piano does 
       but you can if you want to.

Em (D) x4

Verse I:

Am                                     Bm
The path you tread is narrow and the drop is shear and very high

    Am                              Bm
The ravens all are watching from a vantage point near by

Am                             Bm
Apprehension creeping like a choo-train up your spine

Am                                          Bm
Will the tightrope reach the end; will the final cuplet rhyme

CHORUS:
         C     
And it's high time

F7M
   Cymbaline

    C
It's high time

F7M
   Cymbaline

  Em
Please wake me 

Verse II:

  Am                             Bm
A butterfly with broken wings is falling by your side

    Am                                Bm
The ravens all are closing in there's no where you can hide

     Am                         Bm
Your manager and agent are both busy on the phone

Am                             Bm
Selling colored photographs to magazines back home

CHORUS

Verse III:

    Am                                    Bm
The lines converging where you stand they must have moved the picture plane

    Am                                    Bm
The leaves are heavy around your feet you hear the thunder of the train

Am                                   Bm
Suddenly it strikes you that they're moving into range

    Am                               Bm
and doctor Strange is always changing size

CHORUS

Verse: (Vocal Solo, same chords)

CHORUS

OUTRO: Keyboard solo 
Am, Bm x4 C, F7M x4 Em 

CHORDS:

Em - 022000
D  - xx0232
Am - x02210
Bm - x24432
C  - x32010
F7M- 133210 (use thumb)
            
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