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Published on Sep 8, 2008
The first time I heard the song was when McCartney played bits of it on the "Parkinson" BBC TV Show a while ago. This is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFBKXQ... The thing is, he uses only 2 fingers for the chords, thus the name "two fingers". I did it as well on the bridge part. I played around with it,changed it a bit, arranged it differently, added words (it didn't have any clear words even on his unreleased song "When the wind is blowing") I added a bridge part,and that's about it. I'm playing a Takamine 12 string guitar F400 model from way back in the early 80's. I have no commercial intention, it's just played for fun. I wish Paul would listen to this, and tell me what he thinks. But that's just a silly dream. and for all of you who asked what tuning it is. Well it's very simple it's like a regular tuning except all you need to do is tune your guitar a whole step down. That's it! form high to low: from EBGDAE standard tuning to - DAFCGD
Anyway, Here are the lyrics:
Waiting, I'll be seeing her inside the empty fair, Rusty ferris wheel, Dusty teddy bears
No Sideshows, the roller coaster sleeps Beneath a yellow sky, And I'm still Hoping my love will drop by
Baby, don't let me down Hurry, don't stand around I'm sitting here, no circus in town
Waiting, waiting for my love
Who sighs? it's just the whispering wind that's Passing by, Who cries? It's just the sand in my eyes, that makes the tears Fall down, my dear, but Never mind, you know I'll still be here Never mind, you know I'll still be here Never mind you know I'll still be...(waiting)
Waiting for the only one That I am thinking of Waiting, waiting for my love
Baby, don't let me down Hurry, don't wait around I'm sitting here, no circus in town