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Cinderella - A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes chords

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Here's my closest approximation of the chords behind Disney's Cinderella classic.  Feel
free to make corrections if you find an error.  The recording that accompanies the VHS
movie is actually about halfway between E and Eb, I don't own the soundtrack so I'm not 
sure what key they have there.

  E          G#        C#m
A dream is a wish your heart makes
E           G#      C#m    E7
When you're fast asleep
   F#m             Aaug      A          D#m7b5
In dreams you will lose your heartaches
    A        D#7           EM7  Fm7b5  B7
Whatever you wish for, you keep
     E             G#          C#m     EM7
Have faith in your dreams and someday
     E                 G#m7b5    F#m    (Faug)
Your rainbow will come smiling through
          A                 Am
No matter how your heart is grieving
E              A#m7b5
If you keep on believing
    A              F#m   B7       E
the dream that you wish will come true

            
            
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limescout 107 Jun 02, 2013 08:18 PM

Forgot to include this. If you consider the melody, the A chord in the last line should be an Aadd9

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livia whyte 21 Jun 07, 2013 10:02 AM

it's not awful.. but what the heck is G#m7b5 and A#mb5 etc.. But pretty close

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limescout 107 Jun 13, 2013 09:15 PM

G#m7b5 is pronounced "G# minor 7 flat 5", aka "G# half-diminished." It has a minor 3rd, diminished 5th, and minor 7th. Those chords act like passing chords; in the case of A#m7b5, it's a chromatic alteration of the E chord that comes before it.

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