Roger Waters - 501 Am The Pros And Cons Of Hitchhiking

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501 Am The Pros And Cons Of Hitchhiking Part 10 Chords by Roger Waters, 

Roger Waters - 5.01 AM (The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking part 10)
Added to UG By Mikhailo (mikhailo_@mail.ru)


Intro: A A G G C Am D D G G 

   Dm
An angel on a Harley
                                         Am
Pulls across to greet a fellow rolling stone
         Dm
Puts his bike up on it's stand

Leans back and then extends
                     Am
A scarred and greasy hand...he said
G                                               C      Am
  How ya doin bro?...where ya been?...where ya goin'?
         D
Then he takes your hand

In some strange Californian handshake
                G
And breaks the bone
        
        Have a nice day
   Dm
A housewife from Encino

Whose husband's on the golf course
          Am
With his book of rules
  Dm
Breaks and makes a 'U' and idles back
                          Am
To take a second look at you
G
You flex your rod
                C          Am
Fish takes the hook
       D
Sweet vodka and tobacco in her breath
G
  Another number in your little black book

C                                Em
  These are the pros and cons of hitchhiking
C                                 Em
  These are the pros and cons of hitchhiking
D                      G
  Oh babe, I must be dreaming
      Dm
I'm standing on the leading edge
                                      Am
The Eastern seaboard spread before my eyes
  Dm
"Jump" says Yoko Ono
                                          Am
"I'm too scared and too good looking" I cried
 G
"Go on", she says
                          C        Am
"Why don't you give it a try?
 D                                  G
Why prolong the agony all men must die"
Dm
  Do you remember Dick Tracy?
                 Am
Do you remember Shane?
        
And mother wants you
           Dm
Could you see him selling tickets
                                 Am
Where the buzzard circles over [Shane]

The body on the plain
        G
Did you understand the music Yoko
                  C             Am
Or was it all in vain?  [Shane]
     D
The bitch said something mystical "Herro"
       G
So I stepped back on the kerb again
C                                 Em
  These are the pros and cons of hitchhiking
C                                 Em
  These are the pros and cons of hitchhiking
D                      G
  Oh babe, I must be dreaming again
C                                 Em  (repeat and fade)
  These are the pros and cons of hitchhiking