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Sorrow Chords (ver.1)

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Sorrow Chords (ver.1)

Pink Floyd
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                Pink Floyd - Sorrow (Gilmour)


Em  D/E  Em  D/E  Em  D/E  C/E  Em  D/E  Em  D/E

Em
The sweet smell of a great sorrow lies over the land

D/E
Plumes of smoke rise and merge into the leaden sky:

C/E
A man lies and dreams of green fields and rivers,

     Em                         D/E                 Em  D/E
But awakes to a morning with no reason for waking


     Em
He's haunted by the memory of a lost paradise,

       D/E
In his youth or a dream, he can't be precise

     C/E
He's chained forever to a world that's departed

     Em                            D/E
It's not enough, it's not enough.


    Em
His blood has frozen curdled with fright

    D/E
His knees have trembled given way in the night

    C/E
His hand is weakend at the moment of truth

    Em                   D/E  Em  D/E
His step has faltered.


Bm  A/B   D/A   Bm/F#   F#m
One world,      one     soul.

Bm   A/B  A    Bm/F# F#m
Time pass, the river rolls.


Gmaj7  D/A  Gmaj7  D/A  N.C./B  A/B  N.C./B  Bm

Gmaj7  D/A  Gmaj7  D/A  N.C./B  A/B  N.C./B  Bm  A/B


       Em
And he talks to the river of lost love and dedication

    D/E
And silent replies that swirl invitation

C/E
Flow dark and troubled to an oily sea

  Em                 D/E             Em  D/E
A grim intimation of what is to be.

           Em
There's an unceasing wind that blows through this night

            D/E
And there's dust in my eyes, that blinds my sight

    C/E
And silence that speaks so much louder than words,

   Em                D/E
Of promises broken.


Em  D/E  Em  D/E
            
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