This is the second part of chords from the Pink Floyd Anthology. The songs are as follows

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This is the second part of chords from the Pink Floyd Anthology. The songs are as follows: Remember A Day Corporal Clegg See-Saw Jugband Blues Cirrus Minor The Nile Song Grantchester Meadows Remember A Day - -------------- Words and Music by Rick Wright E D6 A E Remember a day before today, a day when you were young. D6 A Em F#m/E G/E A/E Em F#m/E Free to play along with time; evening never comes__________________. G/E A/E E F#o/E E F#o/E E E D6 A E Sing a song that can't be sung without the morning's kiss. D6 A Em F#m/E G/E A/E Em F#m/E Queen you shall be if you wish. Look for your king___________________. G/E A/E A G D Em Why can't we play today? A G D Em F#m/E G/E A/E E(no 3rd) Why can't we stay that way? E D6 A E Climb your favourite apple tree; try to catch the sun. D6 A Em F#m/E G/E A/E Em Hide from your little brother's gun. Dream yourself away____________________. F#m/E G/E A/E A G D Em Why can't we reach the sun? A G D Em F#m/E G/E A/E Why can't we blow the years away? E(no 3rd) Blow away. Corporal Clegg - -------------- Words and Music by Roger Waters E7+9 A C D A Corporal Clegg had a wooden leg. N.C. E7+9 He won it in the war in nineteen forty-four. A C D A Corporal Clegg had a medal, too, N.C. E7+9 In orange, red and blue. He found it in the zoo. Bm F# Dear, oh dear, oh, are they really sad for me? Bm F# D Dear, oh, dear, oh, will they really laugh at me? D G Missus Clegg, you must be proud of him. D G Missus Clegg, another drop of gin? A Ab G D A7 D G D A7 D A C D A Corporal Clegg, umbrella in the rain. N.C. E7+9 He's never been the same. No one is to blame. A C D A Corporal Clegg, received his medal in a dream N.C. E7+9 >From Her Majesty, the Queen. His boots were very clean. D G Missus Clegg, you must be proud of him. D D Missus Clegg, another drop of gin? A Ab G D A7 Corporal Clegg. D Corporal Clegg. See-Saw - ------- Words and Music by Rick Wright Cmaj7 Marigolds are very much in love Am7 But he doesn't mind F B Picking up sister he makes his way to the see-saw land E E7 A All the way up she smiles G F Em She goes up as he goes down, down Bb A D Cmaj7 Sits on a stick in the river Am7 Laughter in his sleep F Sister's throwing stones G B B7 Hoping for a hit E He doesn't know A So then G F Em Ebmaj7 She goes up while he goes down, down Bb A D Eb Cmaj7 Another time, another day F A A brother's way to leave E D Another time, another day Cmaj7 Am7 She'll be selling plastic flowers on a Sunday afternoon F Picking up weeds B She hasn't got the time to care E E7 A All can see he's not there G F She grows up for another man, Em And he's down Bb A D Eb Cmaj7 Another time, another day F A A brother's way to leave E D Another time, another day Eb Cmaj7 Another time, another day F A A brother's way to leave Jugband Blues - ------------- Words and Music by Syd Barrett C Am It's awfully considerate of you to think of me here, C Am C And I'm almost obliged to you for making it clear that I'm not here. Am C And I never knew the moon could be so big. Am C And I never knew the moon could be so blue. Am C And I'm grateful that you threw away my old shoes F G A And brought me here instead dressed in red. Bm F#m Bm F# And I'm wondering who could be writing this song. G D A D I don't care if the sun don't shine. G D A D And I don't care if nothing is mine. F Am And I don't care if I'm nervous with you. F A I'll do my loving in the Winter. G D A D G D A D ... Am C/G Am C/G Am And the sea____ isn't green. C/G Am And I love the queen. C/G A And what exactly is a dream? C/G A And what exactly is a joke? Cirrus Minor - ------------ Words and Music by Roger Waters, Rick Wright, David Gilmour and Nicholas Mason Em Eb+ G/D C#m7 C7 In a churchyard by a river, lazing in the haze of midday, Cm7 B7 Em Laughing in the grasses and the graze. Em Eb+ G/D C#m7 C7 Yellow bird, you are not alone in singing and in flying on, Cm7 B7 Em In laughing and in leaving. Em Eb+ G/D C#m7 C7 Willow weeping in the water, waving to the river daughters, Cm7 B7 Em Swaying in the ripples and the reeds. Em Eb+ G/D C#m7 C7 On a trip to__ Cirrus Minor, saw a crater in the sun Cm7 B7 Em A thousand miles of moonlight later. Em Bm D A G D B The Nile Song - ------------- Words and Music by Roger Waters A G A G A G F# B A B A I was standing by the Nile when I saw the lady smile. B A G# I would take her out for a while, for a while. C# B Light tears wept like child. C# B How her golden hair was blowing wild. C# B Bb Then she spread her wings to fly, for to fly. Eb Db Eb Db Soaring high above the breezes, going always where she pleases. Eb Db C She will make it to the island in the sun. F Eb F Eb I will follow in her shadow as I watch her from my window. F Eb D One day I will catch her eye__. G F G F G F E A G A G A G F# B A B A She is calling from the deep, summoning my soul to endless sleep. B A G# She is bound to drag me down, drag me down. Grantchester Meadows - -------------------- Words and Music by Roger Waters E A/E E E A/E E Icy wind of night be gone. This is not your domain. A/E E In the sky a bird was heard to cry. A D/A E Misty morning whisperings and gentle stirring sound A/E E Belied a deathly silence that lay all around. A G F#m E Hear the lark and harken to the barking of the dog-fox gone to ground. A G F#m E See the splashing of the kingfisher flashing to the water. A G F#m E And a river of green is sliding unseen beneath the trees, A G F#m E Laughing as it passes through the endless summer making for the sea. E A/E E In the lazy water meadow I lay me down. A/E E All around me golden sunflakes settle on the ground. A D/A Basking in the sunshine of a by-gone afternoon, E A/E E Bringing sounds of yesterday into this city doom. A G F#m E Hear the lark and harken to the barking of the dog-fox gone to ground. A G F#m E See the splashing of the kingfisher flashing to the water. A G F#m E And a river of green is sliding unseen beneath the trees, A G F#m E Laughing as it passes through the endless summer making for the sea. E A/E E In the lazy water meadow I lay me down. A/E E All around me golden sunflakes covering the ground. A D/A Basking in the sunshine of a by-gone afternoon, E A/E E Bringing sounds of yesterday into my city doom. A G F#m E Hear the lark and harken to the barking of the dog-fox gone to ground. A G F#m E See the splashing of the kingfisher flashing to the water. A G F#m E And a river of green is sliding unseen beneath the trees, A G F#m E Laughing as it passes through the endless summer making for the sea.

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