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Pink Floyd, Paintbox Chords

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Paintbox Chords

(ver. 2)
Pink Floyd Tabs
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                This Song by Pink Floyd is a very rare one if you're lokking for tabs.
Thats why I post this correct version.

Intro: (upstroke, do it quite fast. You have to know the song's timing!)
       (The Bass, played by Roger Waters, joins the Intro)


Last night I had too much to drink, 

Sitting in a club with so many fools 
Playing to rules 
F                                          Am
Trying to impress but feeling rather empty 
F             C
I had another drink 
Drink - a - drink - a - drink - a - drink 

What a way to spend that evening 
They all turn up with their friends 
Playing the game 
F                                  Am
But in the scene I should have been 
F    C
Far away 
Away, away, away, away, away...

B           A      A         G         G      F     E
Getting up, I feel as if I'm remembering this scene before 

C                     F
I open the door to an empty room 
D               D sus4  D
Then I forget 

The telephone rings and someone speaks 
She would very much like to go
Out to a show 
F                                            Am 
So what can I do - I can't think what to say 
F                   C
She sees through anyway 
Away, away, away, away, away...

Out of the front door I go 
Traffic's moving rather slow 
Arriving late,
F                                 Am
There she waits looking very angry,
F                   C
As cross as she can be 

Be, a - be, a - be, a - be, a - be...

B   B         A    A         G         G      F     E
Getting up, I feel as if I'm remembering this scene before 

C                     F
I open the door to an empty room 
D               Dsus4  D
Then I forget...
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