This third part of chords from the Pink Floyd Anthology contains the following songs If Su

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This third part of chords from the Pink Floyd Anthology contains the following songs: If Summer '68 Fat Old Sun A Pillow Of Winds San Tropez If - -- Words and Music by Roger Waters B7 E D If I were a swan, I'd be gone. E D If I were a train, I'd be late. E C#7 F# B7 E B7 And if I were a good man, I'd talk to you more often than I do. E D If I were to sleep, I could dream. E D If I were afraid, I could hide. E C#7 F# B7 E B7 If I go insane, please don't put your wires in my brain. E D If I were the moon, I'd be cool. E D If I were a book, I would bend. E C#7 F# B7 E B7 If I were a good man, I'd understand the spaces between friends. E D If I were alone, I would cry. E D And if I were with you, I'd be home and dry. E C#7 F# B7 E B7 And if I go insane, will you still let me join in with the game? E D If I were a swan, I'd be gone. E D If I were a train, I'd be late again. E C#7 F# B7 E If I were a good man, I'd talk with you more often than I do. Summer '68 - ---------- Words and Music by Rick Wright D Gmaj7 D Gmaj7 D Em G A7 D Em G A7 D D G D Would you like to say something before you leave? G D Perhaps you'd care to state exactly how you feel. G D We say goodbye before we've said hello. A G D I hardly even like you. I shouldn't care at all. A G D We met just six hours ago. The music was too loud. A G D >From your bed I came today and lost a bloody year. A G Bm7 And I would like to know, how do you feel? F How do feel? A D Em(addA) Dmaj7/F# Dm Cmaj7 Dm7 Cmaj7 Dm Cmaj7 Dm7 Cmaj7 Dm Bb C F Bb E A D G/D D G/D D G/D D G/D D G D Not a single word was said. They lied still without fears. G D Occasionally you showed a smile, but what was the need? G D I felt the cold far too soon in a wind of ninety-five. A G D My friends are lying in the sun, I wish that I was there. A G D Tomorrow brings another town, another girl like you. A G D A G Have your time before you leave to greet another man just to let me know, Bm7 How do you feel? F How do you feel? Am D Em(addA) Dmaj7/F# Dm Cmaj7 Dm7 Cmaj7 Dm Cmaj7 Dm7 Cmaj7 Dm Gm/Bb C F6 F Bb E+ E A Dm Goodbye to you. A7sus2 Childish bangles too. Am/D G I've had enough for one day. Gm Dm Cmaj7 Dm7 Cmaj7 Dm Cmaj7 Dm7 Cmaj7 Dm Gm/Bb C F6 F Bb E+ E A Fat Old Sun - ----------- Words and Music by David Gilmour G C D When the fat old sun in the sky is falling, F C G Summer evening birds are calling. D Summer's thunder time of year, F C G The sound of music in my ears. Distant bells, D F C New-mown grass smells so sweet. G D By the river holding hands, F C G Roll me up and lay me down. C Bm And if you sit, don't make a sound. Am G Pick your feet up off the ground. C Bm And if you hear as the warm night falls Am Dm The silver sound from a time so strange, Gm Sing to me, Dm F D Sing to me. D G D When that fat old sun in the sky is falling, F C G Summer evening birds are calling. D Children's laughter in my ears, F C G The last sunlight disappears. C Bm And if you sit, don't make a sound. Am G Pick your feet up off the ground. C Bm And if you hear as the warm night falls Am Dm The silver sound from a time so strange, Gm Sing to me, Dm F Sing to me. D G D F C When that fat old sun ... A Pillow Of Winds - ----------------- Words and Music by Roger Waters and David Gilmour E(addF#) F#m/E Emaj7 F#m/E B(addE) Emaj7 A cloud of eiderdown draws around me softening the sound. Bm/E Sleepy time when I lie with my love by my side, and she's breathing low. E(addF#) And the candle dies. E(addF#) When night comes down, you lock the door. The book falls to the floor. As darkness falls and waves roll by, the seasons change. The wind is warm. Now wakes the owl. Now sleeps the swan. Behold a dream, the dream is gone. Green fields, a cold rain is falling in a golden dawn. F#m/E B(addE) Emaj7 And deep beneath the ground the early morning sounds and I______ go down. Bm/E Sleeping time when I lie with my love by my side and she's breathing low. And I rise like a bird in the haze when the first rays touch the sky. E(addF#) F#m/E Emaj7 Bm/E And the night winds die. San Tropez - ---------- Words and Music by Roger Waters D7 Gmaj7 As I reach for a peach Gm6 Slide a line down behind a sofa in Saz Tropez Gmaj7 Breaking a stick with a brick on the sand Gm6 Riding a wave in the wake of an old sedan G7 Sleeping alone in the drone of the darkness A7 Scratched by the sand that fell from my love C7 Deep in my dreams and I still hear her calling D If you're alone, I'll come home Gmaj7 Backward and homebound, the pigeon, the dove Gm6 Gone with the wind and the rain on an airplane Gmaj7 Born in a home with no silver spoon Gm6 I'm drinking champagne like a good tycoon G7 Sooner than wait for a break in the weather A7 I'll gather my far flung thoughts together C7 Speeding away on a wind to a new day D If you're alone, I'll come home Gmaj7 And I'll pause for a while by a country stile Gm6 And listen to the things they say Gmaj7 Digging for gold in a hole in my hand Gm6 Open the book, take a look at the way things stand G7 And you're leading me down to the place by the sea A7 I hear you soft voice calling to me C7 Making a date for later by phone D And if you're alone, I'll come home Gmaj7 Gm6

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