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See Emily Play
David Bowie - See Emily Play
Album: Pin Ups
Originally by Pink Floyd
Intro
E|-----------------------------|
B|-----------------------------|
G|-----------------------------|
D|-----7-----7-----7-----7-----|
A|-----------------------------|
E|--5-----5-----5-----5--------|

(Barchords)
D-C-A
D-C-A
A-G

G                  Dm     Am
   Emily tries but misunderstands
         C                  D                           G
She’s often inclined to borrow somebody’s dreams till tomorrow

Chorus
            E            D                     E
There is no other way   let’s  try it another way 
D                          E
You’ll lose your mind and play  
      A                            G       D
Free games for May   See Emily Play

Verse 2
G                 Dm       Am
 Soon after dark  Emily cries
C  
Gazing through trees in sorrow
D                      G 
Hardly a sound till tomorrow

Chorus
             E           D               E
There is no other way   let’s  try it another way 
D                          E
You’ll lose your mind and play  
      A                            G
Free games for May   See Emily Play

Verse 3
G                    Dm            Am
  Put on a gown that touches the ground
 C                 D               G
Float on a river forever and ever Emily

Chorus
             E              D               E
There is no other way      let’s  try it another way 
D                        E
You’ll lose your mind and play  
       A                                              
Free games for May   See Emily Play

Its an awesome version of the song.
You'll have to listen to get it exactly right.
Harry Young 2008.
 
 
David Bowie - See Emily Play :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
See Emily Play tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind See Emily Play:

"Ashes to Ashes" is a single by David Bowie, released in 1980. It made #1 in the UK and was the first cut from the Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) album, also a #1 hit. As well as its musical qualities, it is noted for its innovative video, directed by Bowie and David Mallet. Bowie has said that with this song he was "wrapping up the seventies really for myself, and that seemed a good enough epitaph for it".[1]

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