What Do You Want From Me Uke tab by Pink Floyd

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Em chordEm Em chordEm C chordC Em chordEm
As you look around this room tonight

Em chordEm Em chordEm C chordC Em chordEm
Settle in your seat and dim the lights

Am chordAm C chordC C chordC Em chordEm
Do you want my blood do you want my tears

Em chordEm
What do you want

Em chordEm C chordC
What do you want from me

Am chordAm C chordC
Should I sing until I cant sing any more

C chordC Em chordEm
Play these strings until my fingers are raw

F#m chordF#m G#m chordG#m A chordA B chordB C chordC

C chordC C chordC
Youre so hard to please

C chordC Em chordEm Em chordEm C chordC Em chordEm
What do you want from me

#Chords repeat

Do you think that I know something you dont know
What do you want from me
If I dont promise you the answers would you go
What do you want from me
Should I stand out in the rain
Do you want me to make a daisy chain for you
Im not the one you need
What do you want from me

C#m chordC#m G# chordG#
You can have anything you want

B chordB B chordB B chordB
You can drift you can dream even walk on water

A chordA
Anything you want

C#m chordC#m G# chordG#
You can own everything you see

B chordB B chordB B chordB
Sell your soul for complete control

A chordA
Is that really what you need

C#m chordC#m G# chordG#
You can lose yourself this night

B chordB B chordB B chordB
See inside there is nothing to hide

A chordA A chordA G#m chordG#m F#m chordF#m
Turn and face the light

F#m chordF#m G#m chordG#m A chordA B chordB C chordC

C chordC E chordE(m)
What do you want from me

 

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About this song

The song is a slow, yet rocking ballad. It has a drum roll introduction, followed by a keyboard solo and then a guitar solo. In an interview, David Gilmour was asked if the song returned to the theme of alienation from the audience. He responded by saying that it "actually had more to do with personal relationships but drifted into wider territory". The song references the miracle of walking on water as a sarcastic metaphor.