The Gnome Uke tab by Pink Floyd (Baritone Chords)

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D chordD A chordA D chordD C chordC A chordA C chordC A chordA
I want to tell you a story 'bout a little man if I can

D chordD A chordA D chordD C chordC A chordA C chordC A chordA
A chordA gnome named Grimble Grumble And little gnomes stay in their homes

G chordG D chordD Bb7 chordBb7 C chordC F chordF A7 chordA7 D chordD
Eating sleeping drinking their wine


D chordD A chordA D chordD C chordC A chordA C chordC A chordA
He wore a scarlet tunic a bluegreen hood it looked quite good

D chordD A chordA D chordD C chordC A chordA C chordC A chordA
He had a big adventure amidst the grass fresh air at last

G chordG D chordD Bb7 chordBb7 C chordC F chordF A7 chordA7 D chordD
Wining dining biding his time


G chordG C/G chordC/G F chordF A/E chordA/E E chordE G chordG D chordD G chordG D chordD
And then one day hooray another way for gnomes to say Hooray

D chordD A chordA D chordD C/G chordC/G A chordA C/G chordC/G A chordA
Look at the sky look at the river Isn't it good

D chordD A chordA D chordD C/G chordC/G A chordA C/G chordC/G A chordA
Look at the sky look at the river Isn't it good

G chordG D chordD Bb7 chordBb7 C chordC F chordF A7 chordA7 D chordD
Winding finding places to go

G chordG C/G chordC/G F chordF A/E chordA/E E chordE G chordG D chordD G chordG D chordD
And then one day hooray another way for gnomes to say Hooray

 

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About this song

The Gnome was inspired by Tolkien's Lord Of The Rings. Published in 1954, the book had taken on a second wind during the late '60s as trip literature. "We were all brought up on books like that Ð Tolkien, Lear, the Gormenghast trilogy, Aubrey Beardsley Ð and Syd was no exception," says Miles. "They were cult books in which stoned people felt parallels with mysticism. But we were finding mystical signs in flock wallpaper, for God's sake."- Jones, "Wish You Were Here". Read more on Last.fm.