Arnold Layne Uke tab by Pink Floyd

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G# chordG# A chordA G# chordG# A chordA G chordG F# chordF# F chordF
Arnold Layne had a strange hobby

E chordE A chordA G chordG D chordD E chordE
Collecting clothes moonshine washing line

D chordD C chordC A chordA
They suit him fine

G# chordG# A chordA G# chordG# A chordA G chordG F# chordF# F chordF
On the wall hung a tall mirror

E chordE A chordA G chordG D chordD E chordE
Distorted view see-through baby blue

D chordD C chordC
He dug it

G chordG D chordD A chordA C chordC G chordG D chordD C chordC G chordG D chordD
Oh Arnold Layne it 's not the same takes two to know

E chordE G chordG A chordA
Two to know two to know two to know

D chordD D chordD G chordG G chordG E chordE E chordE A chordA
Why can 't you see

G# chordG# A chordA G# chordG# A chordA G# chordG# A chordA
Arnold Layne Arnold Layne Arnold Layne Arnold Layne


(organ solo, guitar plays A chordA)


G# chordG# A chordA G# chordG# A chordA G chordG F# chordF# F chordF
Now he 's caught a nasty sort of person

E chordE A chordA G chordG D chordD E chordE
They gave him time doors bang chain gang

D chordD C chordC
He hates it

G chordG D chordD A chordA C chordC G chordG D chordD C chordC G chordG D chordD
Oh Arnold Layne it 's not the same takes two to know

E chordE G chordG A chordA
Two to know two to know two to know

D chordD D chordD G chordG G chordG E chordE E chordE A chordA
Why can 't you see

G# chordG# A chordA G# chordG# A chordA G# chordG# A chordA
Arnold Layne Arnold Layne Arnold Layne


A chordA G chordG E chordE A chordA
Arnold Layne don 't do it again

 

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About this song

The Pink Floyd's first single, a manic song about a convicted crossdresser. Reached #20 in the UK, put the Pink Floyd on the map. The first manifestation of Barrett's songwriting talents was a bizarre little classic called 'Arnold Layne'. A sinister piece of vaguely commercial fare, it dealt with the twilight wanderings of a transvestite/pervert figure and is both whimsical and singularly creepy. [David Gilmour speaking about Syd Barrett] Read more on Last.fm.