Roger Waters - Pros And Cons Of Hitchhiking Chords

 
         
         
         
         
         
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No chord
Standard guitar tuning:
E
A
D
G
B
E
No capo
   C         Am                  C/B
e-------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------|
G-------------------------------------|
D------0h2------0h2------0h2----------|
A--3---------0--------0--------0-2----|
E-------------------------------------|
this is basically the main riff of the album, it occurs in almost all of the songs (during the C/AAmm parts) You should also kinda strum C and Am while playing this... 4:30 (Apparently They Were Running Abroad)

C F C F C Dm Em G G Am

And the sFun shone down on her lCovely young limbs I thFought to myself she's much tCoo good for him I lFay down beside her with tCears in my eFyes She said G F C Am G F C C B 4:33 (Running Shoes) Am So I stood by the roadside The soles of mGy rFunning shoes gripping the tarmac Like gunmeGtal mAmagnets G F G FAmixed on the front of her Fassbinder face Was thGe kFind of a smile That only a rather duGll cAmhild could have drawn While attempting a graveyard iGn the mFoonlight G BAmut she was impressed You could see that she thought I looGked Ffine AGnd wAmhen she turned sweeter The reason (between you anGd mFe) was She'd just seen my green LamboGrghAmini F (You can play a barre-chord G in the middle of Am and F and visa-versa to link them together) Am So we wCent for a spin in the cAmountry To fCeel the wind in our hAmair To fCeel the power of my Amengine To fCeel the thrill of desAmire

C Am C Am F C F C G F C

And tFhen in the trees I Cheard a twig snap WFarning lights flashed on my mCap I Fopened my eyes and tCo my surprise 4:37 (Arabs With Knives And West German Skies) There were GArabs with KnCives At the fFoot of the bAmed RGight at the fFoot of the bCed Oh my GCod how did they get Amin here? I thoCught we were safe home in AmEngland She said "CFome on now kid, it was wrCong what you dFid You've gGot to admFit it was wrCong what you dAmid You gGot to admFit it was wrCong" Oh god....Jesus SleCep Sleep I know that I'm only dreGaming Leave her alone..get out..out..get out of my house ThrCough closed eyes I see West German skies on the ceGiling And I wFant to get back to the girl with the rucksack To feCel her flaxen hair I want to be thGere See the sFun going down behind Krupps steelworks C On the outskirts of sGome German town GCuten Abend meiner Damen und Herren Ha Ha Ha Ha G7Willkommen in Konnigsburg Ha Ha Ha Ha C Wollen zie danzen mit mir oder drinken Bier Ha Ha Ha Ha G7 Thank you but...... TFhis young lFady and I Will just finish this bottle of wCine C7 G It was kFind of you...but I think we'll just say goodnCight Leave us alone Goodnight "Leave us alone C Could I have the key to one four three please? F There you are Thank you, goodnight

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HDmello yes I'd like to order breakfast please I'd like cEmoffee for two, and toast with marmalade G No...marmalade. G 4:39 (For The First Time Today Part 2) For the Cfirst time today I hFeld her naked bGody next to mCine In this hotFel overlAmooking the RhDm7ine G I made her mGine Am Ooh babe...oGoh babe C F Am Dm CGome with me and stGay with me Am PlFease stAmay with me Uh...what is it? F Stay with me SAmtay with me F SCtay with me F No... Am Stay with me F Am F 4:41 (Sexual Revolution) Em Hey, girl take out the dagger And let's have a stab at the sCexual D revolEmution EmHey girl let freedom for all be our rallying call TomCorrow lets make...our nDew resolEmution Yeah, but tonCight lie stDill While I plGunder yDour sweet grEmave And remCember Donly the poor can be Emsaved EmHey girl as I've always said I prefer your lips red Not Cwhat the good Lord made D but what he inEmtended EmHey girl don't point the finger at me I am only a Crat in a maze like youD and only the Emdead go free So Cplease hold my Dhand As we bGlunder thDrough the mEmaze And rCemember nDothing can grow without rEmain

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CDon't poDint your Emfinger at me G [G/f#] Em I awoke in a fever G [G/f#] Em The bedclothes were all soaked in sweat G [G/f#] Em She said "You've been having a nightmare G [G/f#] Em And it's not over yet" Then she pCicked up the doggy in the wDindow G [G/f#] Em And she pCut him to bed D between two bits ofEm bread 4:47 (The Remains Of Our Love) G [G/f#] Em I just cowered in the corner G [G/f#] Em My pyjama coat over my head G [G/f#] Em And she smiled as she finished her sandwich G [G/f#] Em And her cFold eyes fixed me to my dCark history F As she brGushed the remains Of our lFove from the bCed And wChen she had turned back the Amcovers When Call of the prayers had been rAmead She said "CFome on over here you silly boy Before you cFatch your death of cold I was only jCoking Let's lFeave behind the city grime Let's not compFete It could be fine in the cCountry CGouldn't it though...come Fon lets go I said "COK" F C F 4:50 (Go FIshing) To rGeach for the pie in the sky Go fishing my boy! Cm

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We setBsus4 out in the spring With a trunk full of books about Deverything About Bsus4solar devices And how nice natural chDildbirth is We Cdimcut down some trees And we trailed our ideals Through the Bsus4forest glade B We Cdimdammed up the stream And the kids cooled their heels In the Bsus4fishing pool we'd made B Em We held hands and weEm/D exchanged bands And we prCactically lived off the lDand You aBsus4dopted a fox cub Whose mother was somebody's cDoat YouBsus4 fed him by hand And then snuggled him down In the grDandfather bed while I wrote We Cdimgrew our own maize And I only occasionally Bsus4went into town To sCdimtock up on antibiotics And shells for the sBsus4hotgun that I kept arBound I tEmold the kids stories whileEm/D you worked your loom And the sCun went down sooner each dDay. G *Chapter six in which Eeyore has a birthday ACnd gets two presents Daddy.D..coGme on dad Eeyore the old grey donkey stood by the side Of the strCeam and he looked at himself in the water "Pathetic" he said, "ThDat's what it is" Bsus4 B "GoDod morning Eeyore" said Pooh Cdim Bsus4"Oh" said Pooh, He thought for a long time B Then the Bsus4leaves all fell down Our crops all turned brown It was Dover As the Bsus4first snowflakes fell I realized all was not wDell in the camp The Cdimkids caught bronchitis The space heater ran out of Bsus4diesel B One wCdimeekend a friend from the East, Rot his soul, stole your Bsus4heart B I said Em "**** it then Take the Em/Dkids back to town MCaybe I'll see you arDound"

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Am7 And so...leGaving all our hopes and dreams To the wCind and the Am7rain D Taking Gonly our stash Left our Am7litter and trGash And sCet out on the road again G/B On the Am7road agGain On the road again C On the rDoaGd Em 4:56 (For The First Time Today Part 1) For the fAmirst time today I fFeel it's really Gover C You were my Feveryday excDmuse For playing G deaf, dumb and bGlind Am Who'd have ever thought ThFis was how it would Gend for you and mCe To carry my Fown millstDmone Out of the trGees G Am And I have to admit I don't like it a bit Being left here bFeside this lAmonesome road. D/F Lonesome road 4:58 Dunroamin Duncarin Dunlivin C I nailed ducks to the Amwall G C Kept my heart in dark rAmuins I bGuilt bCungalows all over the hAmills DGunrCoamin, duncarin, dunAmlivin G C Took my girl to the cAmountry GTo sleCep out under the mAmoon NCext thing she's going cAmrazy GShe wCaits for the real Mr. AmRight to come G GCently removing her hAmeart With his prFomises of real communicatGion FWho's Falways picking up the tab Who built a bungalow for his mum and dCad Who tFook you out to all the shows Who worked his fingers to the bCone While you were aslGeep I kept you in buttons Fand bFows So you could encourage this crCeep WFith his F neat feet And his cleCan fingernails WFith his wFise but twinkling Ceyes He's a rFock standing out in an Cocean of doubt FAnd compromiseG FI'd lFike to go on with this bCit of a song F Describing this schmCuck I'd lFike to go on,G but I'm going to throw Cup [Not in my rig you don't boy...get the hell out of here]Am 5:01 The Pros And Cons Of Hitchhiking

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An Dmangel on a Harley Pulls across to greet a fellow rolling stAmone Puts his Dmbike up on it's stand Leans back and then extends A scarred and greasy Amhand...he said G How ya doin bro?...where ya been?...where ya gCoin'? Am Then he tDakes your hand In some strange Californian handshake And breaks the bGone A hDmousewife from Encino Whose husband's on the golf course With his bAmook of rules BrDmeaks and makes a 'U' and idles back To take a second look at yAmou GYou flex your rod Fish takes the hCook Am Sweet vDodka and tobacco in her breath G Another number in your little black book C These are the pros and cons of Emhitchhiking C These are the pros and cons of hEmitchhiking D Oh babe, I must be drGeaming I'm stDmanding on the leading edge The Eastern seaboard spread before my Ameyes "JDmump" says Yoko Ono "I'm too scared and too good looking" I crAmied "GGo on", she says "Why don't you give it a tCry? Am WDhy prolong the agony all men must dGie"

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Dm Do you remember Dick Tracy? Do you remember SAmhane? And mother wants you Could you sDmee him selling tickets Where the buzzard circles over [SAmhane] The body on the plain Did you Gunderstand the music Yoko Or was it all in vCain? [Shane] Am The *D**** said something mystical "Herro" So I stGepped back on the kerb again C These are the pros and cons of hEmitchhiking C These are the pros and cons of hEmitchhiking D Oh babe, I must be drGeaming again C These are the pros and cons of hEmitchhiking 5:06 (Every Stranger's Eyes) C Hello...you wanna cup of coffee? I'm sDmorry, would you like a cup of coffee? Ok you take crGeam and sugar? In trCuck stops and hamburger joints In Cadillac limousines In the company of hDmas-beens And bent-backs G and sleeping forms On pavement steps In lCibraries and railway stations In books and banks Dm In the pages of history In sGuicidal cavalry attacks I recognise... C C/B Am F Myself in Gevery stranger's eCyes And in whCeelchairs by monuments Under tube trains and commuter accidents Dm In council care and county courts G At Easter fairs and sea-side resorts In drCawing rooms and city morgues In award winning photographs Of life rafts in the China seas In trDmansit camps, under arc lamps On unloading ramps G In faces blurred by rubber stamps I recognise...C C/B Am F Myself in Gevery stranger's Ceyes And nCow from whereC/B I sAmtand Upon this Dmhill I plundered from the pGool I look arCound, I search tC/Bhe sAmkies I shade my eDmyes, so nearly blGind And I see sCigns of half reC/Bmembered dAmays I hear bells tGhat chFime in strDmange familiar wayGs I recognCaiC/B----Amise... F The hope you kGindle in your eyCes F

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CIts oh so easy now As we lFie here in the dGark Nothing Eminterferes it's obvious How to bAmeat the tears That thrDmeaten to snuff out The spGark of our lCove 5:11 (Moment Of Clarity) And the mComent of clarity Faded like charity dAmoes AmAnd sometimes I pFut out my hand just to tCouch your soft hair To make sFure in the darkness that yCou were still there And I hFave to admit I wCas just a lAmittle afrGaid, F oh yCeah But tAmhen... I hFad a little bit of luck You were awake I couldn't take another moment alCone.