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    This Cover is dedicated to my good YT friend: Jared Brodersen. Hope you get well soon…

    “Poles Apart” is a song by Pink Floyd from the band’s 1994 album, The Division Bell.
    The lyrics speak to ex-bandmate Syd Barrett in the first verse, and Roger Waters in the second, according to co-writer Polly Samson. As such, the second verse begins with the words Hey you, the title of a Waters-penned song from Pink Floyd’s earlier album, The Wall. The song was performed in DADGAD tuning.
    [about the D,A,D,G,A,D tuning on "Poles Apart", a new tuning for David Gilmour] (…) the funny thing is that I didn’t know it was such an established tuning — I thought it was something new that I had invented. One day, I was on holiday in Greece and I had an acoustic guitar with me. I just decided to tune the bottom string down to D, and continued to experiment until I arrived at that tuning. Then I mucked around a bit and “Poles Apart” fell out of it a few minutes later….

    Lyrics:

    Did you know… it was all going to go so wrong for you
    And did you see it was all going to be so right for me
    Why did we tell you then
    You were always the golden boy then
    And that you¹d never lose that light in your eyes

    Hey you… did you ever realise what you’d become
    And did you see that it wasn’t only me you were running from
    Did you know all the time but it never bothered you anyway
    Leading the blind while I stared out the steel in your eyes

    The rain fell slow, down on all the roofs of uncertainty
    I thought of you and the years and all the sadness fell away from me
    And did you know…

    I never thought that you’d lose that light in your eyes

    This is my interpretation of the solo, played with a Fender Stratocaster American Standard DG´s style, Dunlop tortex pick, own POD HD500 patch, Sony camcorder and Shure headphones.

    Fair use: for educational and entertainment purposes only. No copyright infringement is intended.

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