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Wings Of Summer chords

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Guitar part 1
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e|-0---------0---------0--------0---------3-----------------0--------0---|
B|-0---------0---------0--------0---------3-----------------0--------0---|
G|-0---------8---------5--------4---------4--------4--------0--------0---|
D|-9---------8---------5--------4---------5--------5--------2--------4---|
A|-7---------7---------3--------2---------5--------5--------2--------2---|
E|-0---------0---------0--------0---------3--------3--------0--------0---|
   Emsus     Emdim7    C5       B5        G        Gsus7    Em       Eaug
  
*ive liestened to this alot and i believe the chords above are right, or as close 
to as i can figure. 
there are two main guitars in the whole song, the first guitar plays the chords above.
i think the song is in the time signiture 6/8, but im not to sure.
each chord lasts for a whole bar, i havnt bothered to write out the strumming 
pattern because its pretty simple and you can always figure out your own.*

Guitar part 2
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e|--------------------      e|----------------------|
B|--------------------      B|----------------------|
G|-------9----11---12-      G|-------11----11----11-|
D|--------------------  X4  D|----------------------|  X4
A|-------7----9 ---10-      A|-------10----10----10-|
E|--------------------      E|----------------------|

*the intro is played in two parts for this guitar part
But when the verse's and chorus are played, only the second half is played throughout.*

      Emsus       Emdim7
Well, I, I, wanna fly fly
       C5              B5
On the wings, wings of summer
    G                 Gsus7
But you, you put your eyes
                     Em            Eaug
You put your eyes on mine


Emsus, Edim7, C5, B5, G, Gsus7, Em, Eaug

Emsus            Edim7
Go, perfect your fall
       C5                         B5
And no matter what smile for them all
      G           Gsus7
For today, we see never
  Em                  Eaug
Tomorrow's menu reads forever


Emsus      Emdim7
I, I wanna fly
       C5        B5
On the wings, of summer
    G             Gsus7    Em      Eaug   
But you, put your eyes, on mine


Emsus      Emdim7
I, I wanna fly
       C5        B5
On the wings, of summer
    G                 Gsus7    Em      Eaug   
But you, you put your eyes, on mine
Emsus                Emdim7
Don't confess to the crime
         C5             B5
Till you lavish in your concubine
         G             Gsus7
When you think you got clever
        Em                        Eaug
They'll wheel you in and pull the lever

    
Emsus      Emdim7
I, I wanna fly
       C5        B5
On the wings, of summer
    G             Gsus7    Em      Eaug   
But you, put your eyes, on mine
    Emsus           Emdim7
Now I, I'm going to fry
         C5                      B5
'Cause I ran over the guy with a Hummer
    G             Gsus7             Em         Eaug
But you, put your eyes, eyes on the divine

Emsus      Emdim7
I, I wanna fly
       C5        B5
On the wings, of summer
    G                 Gsus7                      Em         Eaug   
But you, you put your eyes, you put your eyes on mine


         Emsus               Emdim7
When you think that it's all over
        C5                                B5
They'll clip your wings and make you roll over
   G                  Gsus7
To perfect your great fall 
   Em                         Eaug  
No matter what smile for them all
    Emsus        Emdim7
For today we see never
  C5                     B5
Tomorrow's menu reads forever
      G          Gsus7
For today we see never
  Em                         Em
Tomorrow's menu reads




Enjoy (:
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Starminn 57 Oct 06, 2010 06:09 PM

If it was in 6/8 time the chords would last two bars each.

I feel obligated to point out, though, that while you can play them counting as "123-456, 123-456" (two bars of 6/8) it will come out right, it's just in 4/4 aka Common time. Count it. "1, 2, 3, 4." Both sound same. So how am I so sure it's 4/4 and not 6/8? Because I trumpet happens to me my other main instrument. Not sure if you can do this if you've not played trumpet, but count it as 6/8 time and do the trumpet solo(s) in your head. Now do the solos in 4/4 time. Now 6/8 again. Keep switching. That trumpet player, I am 98% sure, if it is in 6/8, definitely counted it in 4/4. The syncopation doesn't match up in 6/8.

I can see where you got it from, though, because Serj is singing in a "swing" kind of mindset. So, if you want to think of it as 6/8, each chord is for two whole bars, alternatively in 4/4 it's for one whole bar. (4 quarter notes versus two sets of triplet eighth notes)

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