Hey You Uke tab by Pink Floyd

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Hey you out there in the cold

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Getting lonely getting old can you feel me

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Hey you standing in the aisles

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With itchy feet and fading smiles can you feel me

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Hey you don't you help them to bury the light

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Don't give in without a fight

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Hey you out there on your own

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Sitting naked by the phone would you touch me

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Hey you with your ear against the wall

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Waiting for someone to call out would you touch me

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Hey you would you help me to carry the stone

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Open your heart I'm coming home

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But it was only a fantasy

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The wall was too high as you can see

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No matter how he tried he could not break free

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And the worms ate into his brain

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Hey you out there on the road

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Doing what you're told can you help me

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Hey you out there beyond the wall

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Breaking bottles in the hall can you help me

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Hey you don't tell me there's no hope at all

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Together we stand divided we fall

 

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Love this song thanks for the add.
20 Jul 2015
About this song

This is Roger Waters' ode to alienation. The opening to the second half of "The Wall" sees the narrator trying to connect with the audience, trying to make some kind of contact with any human being. But the isolation he feels from his audience is too great, and the worms (the metaphorical representations of his evil thoughts) begin to eat into his mind. This song is notable for its David Gilmour fretless bass solos which occur before the first and third verses.