April 17th, 2003

beartato phd

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Woah. I swear I must have already heard or written these chords somewhere. Or it may be just that they're so satisfying that I'm falsely convincing myself that they're familiar. Ah, that D-to-F# modulation. Good stuff. I am addicted to suspended 4ths.

"Saturday Night"
Bm    A        D    F#
Half-afraid to call her
      Bm      G       D     F#
Still managed to that night
    Bm         A        G   D/F#
She answered, "Hey, how are you
     Em   D           F#sus4 F#
hope everything's all right?

     Bm      A     D      F#
They chatted for a while, then,
   Bm  G       D     F#
of unimportant things
    Bm       A      G   D/F#
and then she paused and started
   Em    F#    Bm    F#
to beautifully sing

    Bm            A       D   F#
And still through all the static
  Bm       G     D        F#
Despite so being blurred
    Bm         A         G D/F#
The notes came clear and luscious
    Em         D       F#sus4  F#
Her soul still plainly heard

     Bm      A        D         F#
"Let that be what you hear when you
   Bm       G         D         F#
condemn the pain that your love brought
   Bm          A        G        D/F#
I know you'll find her some day yet
     Em   F#       Bm     F#
Just as I know I'm surely not..."

Bm A G D/F# Em D G G7
beartato phd

(no subject)

"Sunday Morning"
   Cm     Fm       Cm     G
He long before had felt a love
     Cm     Fm    G       Cm
rest in him as he wrote a song
    Cm     Fm   Cm       G
Now warmly he remembered her,
Fm        Gm        C       G
Played it soft, and hummed along
beartato phd

(no subject)

All done! Woot.

"Sunday Afternoon (Blue February)"
C6          D7          Gm7                C7
   I wish I knew, love,     where you have gone
Fmaj7                  F#dim7
      You stand there, still, before me
Cmaj7                     C#dim7
      These lips on which yours once whispered
    Dm7     G7     [C      A7] [Dm7 G7]
Hesitate to say goodnight

C6         D7      Gm7          C7
  Silent december,     a clever thief
Fmaj7            F#dim7
      Simply but subtly she
Cmaj7             C#dim7
hid your heart so far from me that
Dm7          G7     Cmaj7 G7
though here, I miss you

C F7 C C7
F F C C#dim7
D7 G7 C G7

C D9 G7#9b13 C7#9