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Autumn Leaves Chords

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Eric Clapton - Autumn Leaves.

4/4 timing.

Intro on Bm


[Verse 1]

Bm             Em7
   The falling leaves
A7             Dmaj7
   Drift by my window
Gmaj7          C#dim
   The falling leaves
F#7           Bm  
   Of red and gold


[Verse 2]

Bm             Em7
   I see your lips
A7             Dmaj7
   The summer kisses
Gmaj7          C#dim
   The sunburned hands
F#7           Bm   
   I used to hold

   
[Chorus]

Bm           C#dim
   Since you went away
F#7              Bm
   The days grow long
Bm               Em7
   And soon I'll hear
A7              Dmaj7
   Old winter's song 
Dmaj7        C#dim
   But I miss you
C#dim       F#7
   Most of all
F#7   Bm     
   My Darling
Bm             C#dim
   When autumn leaves
F#7         Bm
   Begin to fall


Enjoy! I'm pretty sure it's 100% accurate :)
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WoodR wrote on August 7 2011, 03:26 pm

Hi, Great transcription. The only change I would suggest is changing the C#dim to Em6. Let me know what you think?
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Paulguitarxt wrote on September 19 2013, 02:33 pm

The C#dim is a Cm7b5 chord.

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-kingcrimson- wrote on October 20 2013, 01:04 pm

Wrong the C#dim is a C#m7b5 (build of the seventh tone in major or second in minor). C#ø is NOT dim.

The first part (Em7 A7 Dmaj7 Gmaj7) is in D major
The second part (C#m7b5 F#7 Bm) is in B harmonic minor

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