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Date: Thu, 30 Oct 1997 06:12:35 -0500 (EST)
Subject: CRD "Go Fishing" by Roger Waters
CRD "Go Fishing" by Roger Waters
Go Fishing from Roger Waters
The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking
Transcribed by D. Nadelberg
The album version is very densely arranged and orchistrated, so this is not
ecessarily a very pared down approximation I worked out for acoustic. No
sound effects or talking, I=D5m afraid. I have tried to compensate.
In the progression which begins with the G, hitting all those chords nice
and hard and letting them ring out makes them sound a bit like bells.
Play it just like the crashing progression from In the Flesh off The
Also, I toggle to Dadd9 and back for all my end-of-the-verse Ds, to great
This is my first submission. Ideas, comments, etc, let's talk about it
Em Em7 C D (Dadd9)
We set out in the Spring =
With a trunkful of books about everything.
About solar devices
And how nice natural childbirth is.
We cut down some trees and trailed our ideals
Through the forest glade.
We dammed up the stream and the kids cooled their heels
In the fishing pool we made.
We held hands and we exchanged bands
C Cmaj7 D
And we practically lived off the land.
You adopted a fox cub
Whose mother was somebody's coat.
You fed him by hand, then snuggled him down
In the grandfather bed, while I wrote.
And we grew our own maize