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Fat Old Sun Chords

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Pink Floyd - "Fat Old Sun" (Gilmour)

[Verse]

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.


[Chorus]

           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.


[Verse]

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.


[Chorus]

           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 ...
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noxusrules 10 Mar 08, 2009 07:47 PM

How do you play the G chord? like 320003 or 320033 also I think that the Gm is something like xx5786

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noxusrules 10 Mar 10, 2009 07:08 AM

there is just one thing that its missing, when you are about to change the chord from G to C in the chorus you could play something like this

e -3-----------0-|
B -3-----------1-|
G -0-----------0-|
D -0--------0--2-|
A -2--2--3-----3-|
E -3-----------x-|

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lordhuebi 10 May 29, 2011 05:13 PM

@paxunion
no, it's "off the ground". above the ground wouldn't make much sense ;)

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