Eclipse Uke tab by Pink Floyd

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Intro: D chordD C chordC Bbmaj7 chordBbmaj7 Bbmaj7b5 chordBbmaj7b5 A chordA A7 chordA7

D chordD
All that you touch

C chordC
All that you see

Bbmaj7 chordBbmaj7 (Bbmaj7b5 chordBbmaj7b5) A7 chordA7
All that you taste

All you feel

D chordD
All that you love

C chordC
All that you hate

Bbmaj7 chordBbmaj7 (Bbmaj7b5 chordBbmaj7b5) A7 chordA7
All you distrust

All you save

D chordD
All that you give

C chordC
All that you deal

Bbmaj7 chordBbmaj7 Bbmaj7b chordBbmaj7b
All that you buy

A7 chordA7
beg borrow or steal

D chordD
All you create

C chordC
All you destroy

Bbmaj7 chordBbmaj7 Bbmaj7b chordBbmaj7b
All that you do

A7 chordA7
All that you say

D chordD
All that you eat

C chordC
And everyone you meet

Bbmaj7 chordBbmaj7 Bbmaj7b chordBbmaj7b
All that you slight

A7 chordA7
And everyone you fight

D chordD
All that is now

C chordC
All that is gone

Bbmaj7 chordBbmaj7 Bbmaj7b chordBbmaj7b
All that's to come

A7 chordA7 D chordD
and everything under the sun is in tune

C chordC Bbmaj7 chordBbmaj7 (Bbmaj7b5 chordBbmaj7b5) D chordD
but the sun is eclipsed by the moon

There is no dark side of the moon really Matter of fact it's all dark

 

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About this song

"Eclipse" is the tenth and final track from British progressive rock band Pink Floyd's 1973 album, The Dark Side of the Moon. It was sung by Roger Waters, with harmonies by David Gilmour. After Waters left, Gilmour sang the lead when performing live.The song is often mistakenly labelled "Dark Side of the Moon" alongside "Brain Damage" because the two run together and are commonly played together on the radio, giving the impression that they are one song. Read more on Last.fm.