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Little Wing chords

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**Little Wing**
by the Corrs, from the album Talk on corners.
Originally, ofcourse, by Jimi Hendrix!

A great song! All the credits to mr Jimi Hendrix! But some to the Corrs
too - They've done a great version of it!

Em        022000
Am7       X02010
Bm7       X24232
Bbm7      X13121  (This chord really fits well...)
C         X32010
D         XX0232
Dadd9/F#  2X0230  (I don't really know what to call this chord...)
G         320033
F         133211

[Verse 1]
          Em      Dadd9/F#  G
Now she's walking thru the  clouds
       Am7                        Em
With a circus mind that's running wild
Bm7                 (Bbm7)     Am7        C
Butterfiles and zebras and moonbeams, and fairytales
G            F            C                   D
All she ever thinks about  is riding with the wind

(It's the same chords through the whole song)

[Verse 2]
When I'm sad she comes to me
With a thousand smiles she gives to me free
It's alright it's alright she says
Take anything you want from me

Fly little wing...
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Aaromale 10 Jan 04, 2016 01:31 AM

Can you post a tab for the solo as well?

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colakeith 10 Nov 04, 2016 04:14 PM

On the chord you are calling Dadd9/F# it really resembles and you could simplify it to a Cmaj7 type chord as it is just a passing chord. How about it?

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The Fourth 10 May 24, 2017 06:29 AM

Great job!

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