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Call It Dreaming chords

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The original song (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXC80ZXQhvQ) is played in DADGAD tuned up to be in the key of F. This version is if you want to play it in standard tuning. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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[Chords used]
E    022100
A    002200
B    024400
F#m  x44200
G#m  x66400
C#m  x46600

[Intro]
E  A  (x3)

[Verse 1]
         E                             A
Say it's here where our pieces fall in place
     E                           A
Any rain softly kisses us on the face
    E
Anywhere means we're running
       A
We can sleep and see 'em coming
         E
Where we drift and call it dreaming
        A
We can weep and call it singing

[Interlude]
E  A  (x2)

[Verse 2]
         E                                A
Where we pray when our hearts are strong enough
       E                                A
We can bow 'cause our music's warmer than blood
         E
Where we see enough to follow
        A
We can hear when we are hollow
         E
Where we keep the light we're given
        A
We can lose and call it living

[Chorus 1]
          F#m                    B
Where the sun isn't only sinking fast
       F#m                                 B
Every night knows how long it's supposed to last
           G#m                        C#m
Where the time of our lives is all we have
             A       C#m  B
And we get a chance  to   say
           A   C#m   B
Before we ease a.....way
            A            C#m    B
For all the love you've left behind
              E
You can have mine

[Interlude]
E  A  (x4)
F#m  B  (x2)

[Verse 3]
         E                             A
Say it's here where our pieces fall in place
         E                              A
We can fear 'cause the feeling's fine to betray
           E
Where our water isn't hidden
        A
We can burn and be forgiven
           E
Where our hands hurt from healing
         A
We can laugh without a reason

[Chorus 2]
           F#m                    B
'Cause the sun isn't only sinking fast
       F#m                            B
Every moon in our bodies make shining glass
          G#m                         C#m
Where the time of our lives is all we have
             A       C#m  B
And we get a chance  to   say
           A   C#m   B
Before we ease a.....way
            A             C#m   B
For all the love you've left behind
             E
You can have mine

[Outro]
E  A  (x4)

            
            
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brother64youyou 48 Jun 09, 2017 02:07 PM, edited at 06:08 pm

in the chorus, instead of A E/Ab F#m, I believe it goes A C#m B. Other than that, it's perfect.Also here are the chords for DADGAD, where he capos on the 3rd fret.E 000200A 550400B 770600F#m 220000G#m 440200C#m 990700

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brother64youyou 48 Jun 09, 2017 02:09 PM

I formatted the chords wrong, here they are
E 000200
A 550400
B 770600
F#m 220000
G#m 440200
C#m 990700

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myfunkmachine 466 Jun 10, 2017 06:02 PM, edited on June 19 2017, 02:31 pm

This is great. This is how I play it too but I thought submitting a standard tuned version would be better. You could submit a second version of the song with the DADGAD chords.As for the transition from A to F#m in the chorus, I think it's just the Ab note but doing that isn't so easy with this chord pattern, so included E as an alternative. This transition sounds just like if you were moving from C to Am with a B note in the middle (like a C/B chord or G chord). I can't hear the C#m in there though, but that could just be me.

Update: based on another user's suggestion, which is the same as yours, I have approved the correction. Thanks.

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