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Halelujah Chords

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"Halelujah" by K-OS

the Chords used repeatedly are Bb and Dm

So it would go something like this

4/4 Time  /=1 beat

Bb   Dm   Bb   Dm
//// //// //// ////

Bb:[1 1 3 3 3 1]
Dm:[x 0 0 2 3 1] 

If you want to solo over the song use the Am Penatonic or the Bb Major Scales.

Bb Major Scale (7th Position)
     |-|1|1|1|-|1| <-7th Fret

Am Penatonic Scale (5th Position)

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schnate wrote on October 25 2007, 07:35 pm

too my ear there seems to be more than two chords going on...in the hook for sure.... any thoughts?

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schnate wrote on October 25 2007, 11:12 pm

k.... fiddling around with it I've decided on Bb/Dm for the verses and then Bb/Dm/F/Am for the hook... It's probably not right as per what K-Os sings but it sounds good when i sing it.

or through a capo on 5 and play F/Am/C/Em instead... It's the same as if you played the other set of chords but bar chords... :)

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wildsugar wrote on September 20 2009, 09:45 am

I hear it as Bb/Dm/Gm/F

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