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Reflecting Light chords

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REFLECTING LIGHT:
Sam Phillips. 
Gorgeous song, as a Gilmore Girls fan, I heard it on that, and fell in love with it.
Have fun.

TIME SIG: 3/4
The Cm* is simply a pull off


Intro:
Bb           Bb/A             Bb/G|Bb/A|Bb   Bb/F 


Chorus:

Bb           Bb/A             Bb/G|Bb/A|Bb   Bb/F 
Now that I’ve worn out, I’ve worn out the world
Cm           F           Cm       F
   I’m on my knees in fascination
        Cm                F         
Looking through the night
       Bb            Bb/A      Cm   Cm* Cm
And the moon's never seen me before
Cm        F          
But I’m reflecting light



Bb             Bb/A         


Verse:
Cm              F         
I rode the pain down
    Cm      F
Got off and looked up
Dsus/A             Bb
  Looked into your eyes
    Cm        F
The lost open windows
Cm    F
All around
   Dsus/A                Bb    Bb*
My dark heart lit up the skies


Chorus:
Bb           Bb/A             Bb/G|Bb/A|Bb   Bb/F 

Now that I’ve worn out, I’ve worn out the world

Cm           F           Cm       F
   I’m on my knees in fascination
           Cm           F         
Looking through the night
       Bb            Bb/A      Cm   Cm* Cm
And the moon's never seen me before
Cm        F          
But I’m reflecting light



Instrumental: 

Bb           Bb/A             Bb/G|Bb/A|Bb   Bb/F 
Cm           F           Cm       F
           Cm           F  
       Bb              Bb/A       Cm  Cm* Cm
Cm           F   
Bb



Verse:

Cm          F   
Give up the ground
Cm         F   
Under your feet
Dsus/A                 Bb
Hold on to nothing for good
         Cm          F   
Turn and run at the mean times
Cm      F   
Chasing you
Dsus/A                  Bb    Bb*
Stand alone and misunderstood


Chorus:

Bb           Bb/A             Bb/G|Bb/A|Bb   Bb/F 

Now that I’ve worn out, I’ve worn out the world

Cm           F           Cm       F
   I’m on my knees in fascination
        Cm               F         
Looking through the night
       Bb            Bb/A      Cm  Cm* Cm
And the moon's never seen me before
Cm           F          
But I’m reflecting light

Outro:
       Bb              Bb/A       Cm  Cm* Cm
Cm           F 
Bb




Cmin9    Dsus/A    Bb*
E 3        x        x
B 3        3        4
G 5        2        3
D 5        0        3
A 3        0        1
E

            
            
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jacksongreer 193 Jul 17, 2014 10:30 PM

Great, but on "the moon's never seen me before" it's a walkdown using the minor 7 rather than the major as it is in the first part. So it's actually:

Bb Bb/Ab Cm Cm* Cm
And the moon's never seen me before

Other than that it sounds great.

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jacksongreer 193 Jul 17, 2014 10:44 PM

Oops one more thing, that Dsus/A part is a little strange. It sounds like it should be D7, but T-Bone's production is masterful on this recording and it is difficult to tell who is playing what. The takeaway here is that when she comes out of it she plays a Gm rather than a Bb as you have written?but then goes into the normal Bb where you have Bb*. I think. That's what it sounds like to me.

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jennabr27 10 May 07, 2017 09:38 PM

Great song

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