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The Narrow Way Part 3 chords

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THE NARROW WAY (PART 3)
Pink Floyd
"Ummagumma"

E drone

(guitar with vibrato pedal)                    
                                               
C   GMaj7 C  Emadd9                           
                                               
Am            G/Am          F/Am               
Following the path as it leads toward          
    Amb5              D      D/D#              
The darkness in the north  
Am        G/Am        F/Am                     
Weary stranger's faces show their sympathy      
        Amb5             D      D/D#             
They've seen that hope before                  
A                             D
And if you want to stay for a little bit  
A                            D
Rest your aching limbs for a little bit
D/E                       
For you the night is beckoning 
D
And now you can't delay 

D/E
You hear the night birds calling you
D/F
But you can't catch the words they say
D/E                   D               A
And you realize you must be on your way
 

Am                 G/Am
Mystery swelling, creatures crawling  
F/Am               Amb5             D     D/D#  D
Hear the roar get louder in your ears  
Am                 G/Am
You know the folly was your own  
        F/Am                  Amb5            D      D/D#  D
But the force behind can't conquer all you fears  


A                             D
And if you want to stay for a little bit  
A                            D
Rest your aching limbs for a little bit

D/E                       
For you the night is beckoning 
D
And now you can't delay 
D/E
You hear the night birds calling you
D/F
But you can't catch the words they say
D/E                   D               A
And you realize you must be on your way

Am                 G/Am
Throw your thoughts back many years
F/Am                         Amb5              D        D/D#    D
To the time when love was life with every morning
Am                  G/Am
Perhaps a day will come,
F/Am                          Amb5           D       D/D#  D
When the match for me the curlers past warning 

A                             D
And if you want to stay for a little bit  
A                            D
Rest your aching limbs for a little bit
                   
D/E
For you the night is beckoning 
D
And now you can't delay 
D/E
You hear the night birds calling you
D/F
But you can't catch the words they say
D/E                   D               A
And you realize you must be on your way

Am, G/Am, F/Am, Amb5 D D/D# (repeat to

            
            
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the piper 1,413 Mar 23, 2008 05:43 PM

this is good but some of the chords be OFF!!!!


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joyousthings 10 May 14, 2014 10:10 AM

notation is reversed, but this is actually pretty close... should read Am/G, E/D, etc. etc. Also worth trying to play around with it in Drop D tuning... Am/D# might sound better than the b5, as you'll be following the bassline. if you've got a band backing you up, the Amb5 works just fine.

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