I Talk To The Wind Uke tab by King Crimson

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E chordE
Said the straight man
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to the late man
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Where have you been
E chordE
I've been here and
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I've been there and
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I've been in between

E chordE Bsus chordBsus
I talk to the wind
E chordE Bsus chordBsus
My words are all carried away
E chordE Bsus chordBsus
I talk to the wind
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The wind does not hear
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The wind cannot hear

E chordE
I'm on the outside
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looking inside
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What do I see
E chordE
Much confusion
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disillusion
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All around me

E chordE
You don't possess me
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Don't impress me
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Just upset my mind
E chordE
Can't instruct me
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or conduct me
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Just use up my time

E chordE Bsus chordBsus
I talk to the wind
E chordE Bsus chordBsus
My words are all carried away
E chordE Bsus chordBsus
I talk to the wind
Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 B7 chordB7
The wind does not hear
Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 B7 chordB7
The wind cannot hear

 

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About this song

"I Talk to the Wind" is the second track from the British progressive rock band King Crimson's debut album, In the Court of the Crimson King.Starting immediately after the cacophony that ends "21st Century Schizoid Man", the mood of this song is a stark contrast; it is relatively serene, simple and peaceful. Ian McDonald's flute begins the song, and is one of the lead instruments throughout. He also plays a classical-inspired solo in the middle of the song as a "C" section and a longer one at the end as a coda. Read more on Last.fm.