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 Pigs On The Wing de Pink Floyd

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From uunet!caen!uvaarpa!murdoch!usenet Thu Jul 2 11:01:53 PDT 1992 Article: 487 of alt.guitar.tab Newsgroups: alt.guitar.tab Path: nevada.edu!uunet!caen!uvaarpa!murdoch!usenet Message-ID: 1992Jul2.161954.25107@murdoch.acc.Virginia.EDU> Sender: usenet@murdoch.acc.Virginia.EDU Organization: University of Virginia Lines: 63 A little while ago, someone wrote in requesting tabs for some Pink Floyd songs, among them Pigs on the Wing, parts One and Two. Well, here you go. Its a simple song, really; just strumming chords, though I like the arrangement alot. The chords used are, with a couple of exceptions, basic garden-variety ones, and are shown below: G Gsus4 G(frm2) C Csus4 A Am A7 D E --3-- --3-- ----- --0-- --0-- --0-- --0-- --3-- --2-- B --3-- --3-- --0-- --1-- --1-- --2-- --1-- --2-- --3-- G --0-- --0-- --0-- --0-- --0-- --2-- --2-- --2-- --2-- D --0-- --0-- --0-- --2-- --3-- --2-- --2-- --2-- --0-- A --2-- --3-- ----- --3-- --X-- --0-- --0-- --0-- ----- E --3-- --X-- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Dsus4 F Am7/B E --3-- --1-- --0-- --- This chord that I call Am7/B is probably not B --3-- --1-- --1-- really called by that name, but for the sake G --2-- --2-- --0-- of labelling, I'll call it that. D --0-- --3-- --2-- A ----- --3-- --2-- E ----- --1-- ----- The intro consists of just playing alternating G and C major chords. For the pattern, just listen to the song. Here's the main part. As this is the first time I've tried to notate something like this on a computer, please forgive the clutter. G C Csus4 C If you didn't care G Gsus4 G what happened to me C Csus4 C And I didn't care G Gsus4 G A G(frm2) A G(frm2) For you. We would zig-zag our way A7 G C Through the boredom and pain. Occasionally glancing D G Am F Am F up through the rain Wondering which of the buggers to blame C Am7/B Am D Dsus4 D G And watching for pigs on the wing. Part 2 is the same chords played to new lyrics, with the rhythm varied a bit in some parts, but just by listening, one can pick them up quickly. Hope everyone enjoys. -Da Beav'