Astronomy Domine Uke tab by Pink Floyd

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Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine Barrett


E chordE Eb chordEb
Lime and limpid green a second scene a fight between the blue you once knew
G chordG A7 chordA7
Floating down the sound resounds around the icy waters underground
E chordE F chordF E chordE Eb chordEb G chordG
Jupiter and Saturn Oberon Miranda and Titania Neptune Titan
G# chordG#
Stars can frighten


A chordA Ab chordAb G chordG F# chordF# F chordF E chordE Eb chordEb D chordD
A chordA Ab chordAb G chordG F# chordF# F chordF E chordE Eb chordEb D chordD
D chordD Eb chordEb E chordE A chordA
E chordE Eb chordEb G chordG A chordA E chordE Eb chordEb G chordG A chordA
E chordE F chordF E chordE Eb chordEb G chordG A chordA Eb chordEb G chordG A chordA
E chordE Eb chordEb G chordG A chordA E chordE Eb chordEb G chordG
A chordA Ab chordAb G chordG F# chordF# F chordF E chordE Eb chordEb D chordD
A chordA Ab chordAb G chordG F# chordF# F chordF E chordE Eb chordEb D chordD
D chordD Eb chordEb E chordE A chordA

E7 chordE7
Blinding signs flap
Flicker flicker flicker blam
Eb chordEb
Pow pow
G chordG G# chordG#
Stairway Scare Dan Dare who's there

A chordA Ab chordAb G chordG F# chordF#

D chordD F chordF D chordD F chordF
Lime and limpid green the sounds around the icy waters under
D chordD Dm chordDm D chordD Dm chordDm D chordD
Lime and limpid green the sounds around the icy waters underground

 

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About this song

A song about the heavens, listing some of our planets and some of their moons. Syd came down from his vision convinced that he had encountered the full majesty of the universe and began to search for a way to express what he'd seen in his music. He often carried with him a small Times Astronomical Atlas, which included speculation from noted astronomers on the likely surface conditions of each of the planets in the solar system.