Wish You Were Here Uke tab by Pink Floyd

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E|-3-------|-0~--|
C|-------2-|-2~--|
G|---------|-0~--|


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C chordC D chordD
So so you think you can tell
Am chordAm G chordG
Heaven from hell Blue skies from pain
D chordD C chordC
Can you tell a green field from a cold steel rail
Am chordAm G chordG
A chordA smile from a veil Do you think you can tell
C chordC D chordD
Did they get you to trade your heroes for ghosts
Am chordAm G chordG
Hot ashes for trees Hot air for a cool breeze
D chordD C chordC
Cold comfort for change did you exchange
Am chordAm G chordG
A chordA walk-on part in the war for a lead role in a cage



[Em7Em7][GG][Em7Em7][GG]
[Em7Em7][AA][Em7Em7][AA][GG]


C chordC D chordD
How I wish how I wish you were here
Am chordAm G chordG D chordD
We're just two lost souls swimming in a fishbowl year after year
C chordC Am chordAm
Running over the same old ground what have we found the same old fears
G chordG
Wish you were here



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[Em7Em7][AA][Em7Em7][AA][GG][GG]
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[Em7Em7][AA][Em7Em7][AA][GG]> let ring

 

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Andymstewart13 avatar
strumming pattern I think:
d-d-du-u-ud-ud-u
06 May 2019
uladyrot avatar
flag for TR(ISO2) (Ankara)
What is the pattern?
27 Apr 2019
theatrerun avatar
The arrangement is nice, and sounds close to the original. Now to find the tab for the intro!!
17 Jun 2014
mrguy avatar
flag for US(ISO2) (Plano)
sounds pretty damn close.
fun song to play!
04 Apr 2011
About this song

"Wish You Were Here" is the title track on Pink Floyd's 1975 album Wish You Were Here. The song's lyrics encompass writer Roger Waters' feelings of alienation from other people. Like most of the album, it refers to former Pink Floyd member Syd Barrett and his breakdown. The main riff came to David Gilmour while playing his acoustic guitar in Abbey Road Studios. Gilmour then demonstrated the riff to Waters, who was impressed.