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Feelings Gone Chords

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Dm             Am
I used to ride up on the hill 
C                     E
And look down at the darkened
Dm                    Am
Silhouettes of tall black windowsills
C                         E
And my heart jumped every ledge

Until one bright morning when I woke 
I heard bells, girl she gently spoke and said
'Choice my man's to breath or choke
So go die, or learn to hope'

    Dm           Am         C          E
Get back on your way at the end of the day
          Dm           Am
Under the fire and the rain
               C         E
The whole big bloody parade until that
Dm         Am        C    E
That feeling, feeling's gone
 Dm  Am     C       E
You wake up on your own

Sometimes walls come caving in
Sometimes the world just hits your chin
And sometimes shadows haunt your back
And sometimes I feel so flat 

Then like some rare eagle on the wind
Well it turns and life comes bursting in
And the earth you thought would beat you down
Lifts up and lights your ground 

Get back on your way at the end of the day
Under the fire and the rain
The whole big bloody parade until that
That feeling, feeling's gone
You wake up on your own



Get back on your way at the end of the day
Under the fire and the rain
The whole big bloody parade until that
That feeling, feeling's gone
You wake up on your own

Get back on your way at the end of the day
Under the fire and the rain
The whole big bloody parade until that
That feeling, feeling's gone
You wake up on your own
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tubab0y wrote on April 2 2012, 01:11 am

I'm pretty sure it's a G instead of the E...makes more sense harmonically too.

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thelycanasylum wrote on February 17 2013, 04:33 pm

@tubab0y: It seems to me that G is for the first part of the progression, and E is for the second part of the whole progression, as in:

Dm - Am - C - G
Dm - Am - C - E
That E is there to solidify that the progression is in A minor, rather than C. In A minor, it sounds better to use E instead of E minor, and is given a more dominant function than E minor. So, you pull the major third for E from A harmonic minor. The progression would then harmonically appear to be in Am:
iv - i - III - VII
iv - i - III - V

A fairly simple progression in A minor.

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