Arnold Layne Chords

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[Verse 1]
G# A            G# A      G       F#    F
    Arnold Layne    had a strange hobby.

E                      A         G       D    E
   Collecting clothes, moonshine washing line.

       D    C   A
   They suit him fine.

G# A          G# A       G       F#      F
    On the wall    hung a tall    mirror.

E                   A          G    D   E
   Distorted view,   see-through baby blue.

      D   C
   He dug it.

   G   D      A      C    G       D    C    G      D
   Oh, Arnold Layne, it's not the same, takes two to know.

   E            G            A
   Two to know, two to know, two to know.

                   D D G G E E A
   Why can't you see?

G# A             G# A            G# A
    Arnold Layne,   Arnold Layne,    Arnold Layne, Arnold Layne!

[Verse 2]
G# A                G# A       G       F#      F
    Now he's caught,    a nasty sort of person.

E                      A             G    D    E
   They gave him time, doors bang,   chain gang.

      D    C
   He hates it!

   G   D      A      C    G       D    C    G      D
   Oh, Arnold Layne, it's not the same, takes two to know.

   E            G            A
   Two to know, two to know, two to know.

                   D D G G E E A
   Why can't you see?

G# A             G# A            G# A
    Arnold Layne    Arnold Layne    Arnold Layne

   A      G          E       A
   Arnold Layne don't do it again!
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Published : 2017-06-07 08:20:38

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