Chord pink floyd wish you were here
How to play Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here Intro
[Intro] Em7 G Em7 G Em7 A7sus4 Em7 A7sus4 G x2 / [Verse 1] C D/F# So, so you think you can tell, Am/E G Heaven from Hell, blue skies from.streaming the the per erykah badu dj set stone temple pilots plush acoustic
Home Free Guitar Course. Log In Register. D C Am Can you tell a green field from a cold steel rail, a smile from a veil, G Do you think you can tell? C D And did they get you to trade your heroes for ghosts, Am G D Hot ashes for trees, hot air for a cool breeze, cold comfort for change, C Am G And did you exchange a walk on part in the war for a lead role in a cage? Am G D We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl, year after year, C Running over the same old ground.
This is one of the all-time great guitar songs. It has a fantastic intro and the whole song is great fun to play and a surefire campfire classic to get people singing along! The intro is a little tricky and will take some pick accuracy and some good rhythm skills if you want to play it in time, properly. Worth taking the time and getting the timing right - it makes all the difference! At some point I'll get around to adding text about all my guitars, but right now I have bigger fish to fry!
Even the hammer-on licks are classics, repeated many times since. Em7 G Em7 G Em7. A7sus4 Em7 A7sus4 G G. This creates a meditative effect which works well with the longing, lyrical theme. As well as the video lesson, listen to the original recording and hear how much attention to detail there is in the opening guitar licks.
Wish You Were Here Piano Chords
Overall, this song is fairly easy, I listed it as an intermediate song since it require some creative hand technique. I've broken down the Intro into two parts, for the most part they are very similar, it's just a small change in part 2. By the way, most of this song is played on a 12 string guitar, but it still sounds good with a 6 string guitar. The easiest way to play this is to simply place your fingers in a G chord position with a couple of differences. One difference, your 1st finger is used as the hammer on so it's not played as you normally would.