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Hunter X Hunter - Departure chords

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Hunter x Hunter 2011 Opening
Ono Masatoshi - Departure
no capo (i know its a bit hard for beginner, but its not sound really good if i use capo for easier chord)

          Bb                    D
Daichi wo fumishimete kimi wa mezameteiku 
          Gm              F    Bb           
Tenshi no hohoemi de tsuredashite!

Bb G# Gm F
Bb G# F# G#

C#       G#     A#m      G#m
Kodoku demo hitori janai sa
F#          Fm      F#           G#
Umaretekita koto ni kanarazu imi ga aru

you can smile again
D#m       C#
Taiyou abite
you can fly away
Fm            F#     G#      F
Sekai wa kimi no kagayaki wo matteru

          Bb                    D
Daichi wo fumishimete kimi wa mezameteiku 
          Gm              Fm   Bb7
Tenshi no hohoemi de tsuredashite! (YOU CAN SMILE!) 
     D#         F       Bb      Gm
"Hajimari" wa itsudemo osokunai sa 
D#     F           Bb
Nandodemo tachiagare!

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krm27 490 Feb 09, 2015 06:39 AM, edited on February 11 2015, 12:08 pm

I dunno, that F before the Bb at end of chorus does not sound right to me. Using Ab or Ab7 sounds better to my ear. But maybe I don't know what "F" you are fingering? I've tried it in a few places and it sounds wrong, but I'm no expert.

Note, I've seen the song transcribed as in the key of Eb major, so Ab is the subdominant (IV chord) and fits nicely before the dominant / V chord (Bb).

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ninjastarforcex 2,731 Feb 19, 2015 09:55 AM

nah. definitely not Ab or G# at the end of chorus
maybe there is something better than F. but F suit perfectly at least for me

ah, but instead i realize error in the second line of chorus

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EchoesTheOne 10 Nov 21, 2016 09:29 PM

You know.... Fm suits better.

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