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Chan Chan Chords

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Buena Vista Social Club - Chan Chan


[Intro]

Dm F C7 Gm A (3x)


[Verse 1] x3

   Dm         F
De Alto Cedro voy para Marcané
C7      Gm     A
Llego a Cueto, voy para Mayarí.
Dm            F
C7      Gm    A


[Transition]

Dm            F
C7      Gm    A


[Verse 2]

Dm        F
El carino que te tengo
C7    Gm    A
No te lo puedo negar
Dm         F
Se me sale la babita
C7    Gm    A
Yo no lo puedo evitar

Dm F C7 Gm A (2x)


[Verse 3]

Dm             F
Cuando Juanica y Chan Chan
C7    Gm       A
En el mar cernían arena
Dm        F
Como sacudía el 'jibe'
C7     Gm      A
A Chan Chan le daba pena

Dm F C7 Gm A (2x)


[Verse 4]

Dm            F
Limpia el camino de pajas
C7     Gm     A
Que yo me quiero sentar
Dm           F
En aquel tronco que veo
  C7  Gm    A
Y así no puedo llegar

Dm F C7 Gm A (2x)


[Verse 1] x3

   Dm         F
De Alto Cedro voy para Marcané
C7      Gm     A
Llego a Cueto, voy para Mayarí.
Dm            F
C7      Gm    A

[Trumpet Solo]

Dm F C7 Gm A [...]


[Verse 1] x2

   Dm         F
De Alto Cedro voy para Marcané
C7      Gm     A
Llego a Cueto, voy para Mayarí.
Dm            F
C7      Gm    A

[Outro]

   Dm         F
De Alto Cedro voy para Marcané
C7      Gm     A
Llego a Cueto, voy para Mayarí.


Tabbed by Maximilian Haase
Edited by Johannes Borchard
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dEipHoBoS 155 Sep 11, 2007 06:14 AM

its a half step up!

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FreshouttaMS9 36 Jul 23, 2010 08:06 AM

^^no it isn't^^ this is correct

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blob42 10 May 10, 2015 05:09 AM

"There is no A major in Dminor key" that is true in a natural minor scale, but not in an harmonic minor scale.
The use of A major in this case create tension, which is resolved by Dm (V degree to I degree). It's the base of our music system, tension/resolution.
Beside, the tension is accentuated if you play A7 rather than just Amajor.

You're wrong about the Edim, yes it has almost the same notes as Amajor, but in this case (Dm), Edim is the II degree and there is no tension/resolution when you play the II degree to I degree.
Play the grid with Edim, and then play it again with A7, you will imediately see the difference, and surely you will prefer with A7 ^^

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