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Chords to Middle8/Chorus of Supernatural

 
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ZenOvertone
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 1:35 pm    Post subject: Chords to Middle8/Chorus of Supernatural Reply with quote

Does anyone have a copy of the Supernatural book and have a good view on the exact chords played for the chorus/middle 8 of Supernatural.
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jconstant
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 10:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ZenOvetone,

The chorus chords are Em, B (behind you), F#/G#, G/A (beautiful) and repeat. Then F#6/9, G6/9 (someone chase those angry clouds) ending on Bm.

Em

---7-----
---8-----
---9-----
---9-----
---7-----
---x-----

B

---7-----
---7-----
---8-----
---9-----
---9-----
---7-----

F#/G#

---x-----
---2-----
---3-----
---4-----
---x-----
---4-----

G/A

---x-----
---3-----
---4-----
---5-----
---x-----
---5-----

F# 6/9

---4-----
---4-----
---3-----
---4-----
---x-----
---x-----

G 6/9

---5-----
---5-----
---4-----
---5-----
---x-----
---x-----

Bm

---7-----
---7-----
---7-----
---9-----
---9-----
---7-----
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ZenOvertone
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 11:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Many thanks for this - as usual it's chords that you already know well !. It sounds great with the Cropper style double stops after the B (this is how RF did it in the UK recently).
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blue moon
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2008 8:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Let me ask everyone another question.

I am wondering how the chords of the following part go.

'We're on our way
There's so much to say
Just don't run away this time'

I love this song so much!!!
I would like to say thanks in advance!!!
Very Happy
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jconstant
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2008 11:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

blue moon wrote:
Let me ask everyone another question.

I am wondering how the chords of the following part go.

'We're on our way
There's so much to say
Just don't run away this time'

I love this song so much!!!
I would like to say thanks in advance!!!
Very Happy


blue moon,

G13
We're on our way

F#m
There's so much to say

G13..............................Bm
Just don't run away this time

B7
Not this time..

G13 = 353453
F#m = 244222
Bm = 799777
B7 = 797877

then Bm to start the solo section.

Hope that helps.
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