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Theres A World chords

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Intro:
Eb Gb F   Eb Db Eb

Chorus:
Eb   Gb       F           Eb  Db    Eb
   There's a world you're    livin' in,
Eb  Gb     F       Eb  Db   Eb
   No one else has    your part.
Eb Gb          F      Eb Db      Eb
   All God's children    in the wind
Eb  Gb     F      Eb  Db   Eb
   Take it in and    blow hard.

Verse:
E                 G#m7
  Look around it,      have you found it,
E                 C#add9
  walking down the avenue
E                     G#m7
  See what it brings,      could be good things
E                C#add9
  in the air for you.

Repeat intro, and continue on following lyrics:

We are leavin', we are gone,
Come with us to all alone.
Never worry, never moan,
We will leave you all alone.

In the mountains, in the cities,
you can see the dream.
Look around you, has it found you,
Is it what it seems?

There's a world you're livin' in,
No one else has your part.
All God's children in the wind
Take it in and blow hard.

            
            
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guitaruniverse 10 Oct 07, 2013 03:20 AM

I don't hear that extra D major chord (4th chord) in Neil's version.

I hear it as:

F E C D

The F gets 2 measures
The E gets 2 measure
The C and the D get two beats each

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guitaruniverse 10 Oct 07, 2013 03:33 AM

Regarding the C add 9 chord, I can appreciate the voicing used, but to my ear it sounds off.

You have it voiced as a first position (open) C Major

Like this:

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Now, this chord (the add 9) is actually: (notes in C major scale) 1-3-5-9
and the way it's voiced here you have the "D" note one whole step above the root, actually making it the "2", rather than an octave plus a whole step to make it a "9".

So try this voicing:
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This gives you the following notes from low to high: C-E-G-D, which is a root inversion add 9 chord.

Try it.

ALSO: There's no such animal as a D# in this key. It should be written as an Eb major chord.

And if you want to get fancy, play the Eb major as an Ebmaj7, so that the major 7 in the Eb chord (D), becomes the add 9 in the C chord.

You then have a root motion of a minor 3rd (Eb to C), with a common tone (the D) holding the sound together as it travel downward the minor third.

Neil goes up on the melody here when he sings, so you end up having contrary motion plus a common tone of pedal point in your chordal voicings.

Neil! Yeah!

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