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Outside The Wall chords

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Pink Floyd
Outside The Wall
The Wall

Submitted By: Max Michael
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Eb             
All alone, or in twos

Ab/Eb        Abm/Eb Eb
The ones who really love you

Bb/F                         Eb                  
Walk up and down outside the wall

Eb
Some hand in hand

Ab/Eb            Abm/Eb    Eb
Some gathered to-gether in bands

Bb/F                           
The bleeding hearts and artists

Bb/F       Eb
Make their stand

Eb
And when they've given you their all

Ab/Eb            Abm/Eb                   Eb
Some stagger and fall, after all it's not easy

Bb/F                                
Banging your heart against some mad buggers

Eb
Wall

            
            
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_person_ 10 Dec 24, 2008 10:51 AM

whaaaaaaaaaaaat the heck....
there is no guitaring in Outside the Wall at all. just clarinet and accordian. just listen to the song and you'll know.

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stevenshawkins 10 Jan 31, 2015 01:46 PM

I'm sick of people on here who are too thick to realize that chords are not subject to only guitar. Though this is at the very least in the wrong key. (I scrolled down for an explanation way) I was going to use these chords to play it on piano b/c I can't very well play this on clarinet and accordion by myself. A "G chord" is a "G chord" no matter what instrument it's on.

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floyd-pinkerton 267 Feb 20, 2014 02:26 PM

there is guitar but he guitar is all wrong

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