These chords and lyrics are taken from +quot;The Pink Floyd Song Book, Ten Songs from the

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These chords and lyrics are taken from "The Pink Floyd Song Book, Ten Songs from the Past", published by Lupus Music Co. Ltd., 1976. The songs are Arnold Layne Point Me At The Sky Embryo Seabirds Let There Be More Light See-Saw Crying Song Grantchester Meadows Fat Old Sun (BTW, the tenth song in the book is Careful With That Axe, Eugene, but there are no lyrics and no chords, just notes and a bass line ;-) Arnold Layne - ------------ Words and Music by Syd Barrett Bb Fm6 G F# Arnold Layne had a strange hobby F Collecting clothes Bb Ab Eb F Moonshine, washing line Eb Db Bb They suit him fine. Bb Fm6 G F# On the wall hung a tall mirror F Distorted view Bb Ab Eb F See through baby blue Eb Db He dug it Ab Bb Db Ab Eb Oh, Arnold Layne, it's not the same Db Ab Eb Takes two to know F Eb Ab Ab7 Ab Ab7 Two to know, two to know, Bb Bb7 Two to know Eb Ab F Bb Why can't you see? Bb Bb7 Bb Bbsus4 Bb7 Bb Arnold Layne, Arnold Layne, Arnold Layne, Arnold Layne Bb Fm6 G F# Now he's caught, a nasty sort of person F They gave him time Bb Ab Eb F Doors clang, chain gang Eb Db He hates it Ab Bb Db Ab Eb Oh, Arnold Layne, it's not the same Db Ab Eb Takes two to know F Eb Ab Ab7 Ab Ab7 Two to know, two to know, Bb Bb7 Two to know Eb Ab F Bb Why can't you see? Bb Bb7 Bb Bbsus4 Bb Arnold Layne, Arnold Layne, Arnold Layne Bb Ab F Bb Arnold Layne, don't do it again Point Me At The Sky - ------------------- Words and Music by Waters/Gilmour C G F D Hey Jean misses Henry McLean an' I finished my beautiful flying machine C G An' I'm ringing to say that I'm leaving F D An' maybe you'd like to fly with me and hide with me baby C G F D Isn't it strange how little we change, isn't it sad we're insane C G Playing the game that we know ends in tears F D The game we've been playing for thousands and thousands and thousands F#m A Jumps into his cosmic flyer, pulls his plastic collar higher D C# Light the fuse and stand well back, he cried, this is my last goodbye D G Point me at the sky and let it fly D G Point me at the sky and let it fly D G A Point me at the sky and let it fly.... C G F D And if you survive 'till two thousand and five I hope you're exceedingly thin C G For if you are stout you will have to breathe out F D While the people around you breathe in, breathe in, breathe in F#m A People pressing on my sides is something that I hate D C# And so is sitting down to eat with only little capsules on my plate D G Point me at the sky and let it fly D G Point me at the sky and let it fly D G A Point me at the sky and let it fly... Embryo - ------ Words and Music by Roger Waters Em Em9 Em Em9 All this love is all I am Em Em9 Em A ball is all I am Em Em9 Em Em9 I'm so new compared with you Em Em9 Em And I am very small Bm Warm glow, moon glow Em Always need a little more room Bm Waiting here seems like years Em B7 Em Never seen the light of day Em Em9 Em Em9 All around I hear strange sounds Em Em9 Em Come gurgling in my ear Em Em9 Em Em9 Red the light and dark the night Em Em9 Em I feel my dawn is near Bm Warm glow, moon glow Em Always need a little more room Bm Whisper low, here I go Em B7 Em I will see the sunshine show. Seabirds - -------- Words and Music by Roger Waters E Mighty waves come crashing down The spray is lashing high into the eagle's eye D Shrieking as it cuts the devil wind, is calling sailors to the deep A B D A But I can hear the sound of seabirds in my ear B D A And I can see you smile E Surf is high an' the sea is awash D An' a haze of candy floss, glitter and beads E Rock that we sat on and watched in the sun That was hot to touch D And the sea was emerald green A B D A I can hear the sound of seabirds in my ear B D A And I can see you smile E Surf comes rushing up the beach Now will it reach the castle wall and will it fall Catfish dappled silver flashing D Dogfish puffing bubbles in my deep. Let There Be More Light - ----------------------- Words and Music by Roger Waters Far, far, far away, way People heard him say, say I will find a way, way There will come a day, day Something will be done Cm Fm Then at last the mighty ship descending on a point of flame Cm Dm A Ab Made contact with the human race at Mildenhall Now, now, now is the time, time Time to be, be, be aware Cm Fm Carter's father saw him there and knew the hull revealed to him Cm Dm A Ab The living soul of Hereward the Wake Oh my, something in my eye, eye Something in the sky, sky Waiting there for me Cm The outer lock rolled slowly back F The servicemen were heard to sigh Cm Dm A Ab For there revealed in flowing robes was Lucy in the sky Oh, oh, did you ever No, no, never will they I - I - I can't say Cm Summoning his cosmic powers F And glowing slightly from his toes Cm Dm A Ab His psychic emanations flowed. See-Saw - ------- Words and Music by Richard Wright Cmaj7 Marigolds are very much in love Am7 But he doesn't mind F Picking up sister he makes his way to see-saw land E A All the way she smiles G F Em She goes up as he goes down, down Cmaj7 Sits on a stick in the river Am7 Laughter in his sleep F Sister's throwing stones G B7 Hoping for a hit E He doesn't know A So there G F Em Ebmaj7 She goes up while he goes down, down Eb G 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 Picking out weeds She hasn't got the time to care E A All can see he's not there G F She grows up for another man, Em And he's down Crying Song - ----------- Words and Music by Roger Waters D D(-5) We smiled and smiled D D(-5) We smiled and smiled D G Em D Laughter echoes in your eyes D D(-5) We climbed and climbed D D(-5) We climbed and climbed D G Em D Foot falls softly in the pines D D(-5) We cry and cry D D(-5) We cry and cry D G Em D Sadness passes in a while D D(-5) We roll and roll D D(-5) We roll and roll D G Em D Help me roll away the stone Grantchester Meadows - -------------------- Words and Music by Roger Waters E A E Icey wind of night be gone this is not your domain A E In the sky a bird was heard to cry A D E Misty morning whisperings and gentle stirring sound A E Belies 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 the river of green is sliding unseen beneath the trees A G F#m E Laughing as it passes thru' the endless summer making for the sea E A E In the lazy water meadows I lay me down A E All around me golden sunflakes settle on the ground A D Basking in the sunshine of a by-gone afternoon E A E Bringing sounds of yesterday into this city doom. Fat Old Sun - ----------- Words and Music by Dave Gilmour G D When that fat old sun in the sky's falling F C Summer ev'ning birds are calling G D Summer Sunday and a year F C The sound of music in my ears G Distant bells D New mown grass smells F C Songs sweet G D F C G By the river holding hands C Bm And if you see, don't make a sound Am G Pick your feet up off the ground C Bm And if you hear as the wall night falls Am Dm The silver sound from a tongue so strange Gm Sing to me Dm F D Sing to me D G D When that fat old sun in the sky's falling F C Summer ev'ning birds are calling G D Children's laughter in my ears F C G The last song-light disappears.

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