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Pink Floyd tabs

Jugband Blues guitar chords

Transcription by: Lorenzo & Liviano Mos (mos!@iol.it)





JUGBAND BLUES

Pink Floyd

(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#m  

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

    Fm                  A

And I don't care if I'm nervous with you

Fm                       A     

I'll do my loving in the Winter





Jugband and Mason's kazoo:    G   D   A   D   (X4)    



G                 D

La, La, La, La    La, La, La, La  

A                 D                   ---->   (x4)

La, La, La, La    La, La, La, La    



N.C.

La, La, La, La...  (Glissando from D to Fdim: 1 2 1 x x x)





Jugband:  E   (strange noises, trumpet, basso tuba, Syd)



 

Coda:   Am   C



        Am        Am

And the sea isn't green

    C          Am 

And I love the queen

           C          Am

And what exactly is a dream?

           C          A 

And what exactly is a joke?





--

This the last Barrett's song with the Pink Floyd.  

Syd leaves the band on 6 April 1968.



I notice that in same books there are some different phrases 

in comparison with the "Saurceful of Secrets" booklet:

line 3-4  "the room" instead of "the moon"

line 6    "in rag" instead of "in red"

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