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430 Am Apparently They Were Travelling Abroad Chords (ver.1)

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430 Am Apparently They Were Travelling Abroad Chords (ver.1)

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                Roger Waters - 4.30 AM (Apparently They Were Travelling Abroad)


   The chords over the spoken words:
  C    F     C    F    C    Dm    Em    G   G+    Am

        Apparently they were travelling abroad
        And they picked up some hitchhikers...drill
        Wake up you're dreaming...what...you're dreaming
        We were moving away from the border
        Uh what border?

        Have a nice day...uh...have a nice day

G        C                    Am
We were moving away from the border
 C                         Am
Looking for somewhere to sleep
G    C                      Am
The two of us sharing the driving
G    C                          Am
Two hitchhikers slumped in the back seat
        Hello
G    C                         Am  
I sneaked a quick look in the mirror
She gave me a smile
G   C                  Am
    I said "Is anyone hungry?
G C                              Am   
    Should we stop for a while?"
C      Am                     Am
So we pulled off into a layby
G     C                     Am
Her dress blew up over her head
C                          Am
I said "Would you like to come with me?"
      G  C                                    Am
She said   something foreign under her breath
         F                     C
And the sun shone down on her lovely young limbs
    F                           C
I thought to myself she's much too good for him
   F                        C
I lay down beside her with tears in my eyes
            G F C Am   G F C
She said
            
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