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Re: Now we are free tabs??
• Posted by: Joseph Soltero   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, September 26, 2003, at 7:15 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Now we are free tabs?? (Joseph Soltero)

This is just a small update to correct two errors I found in my tab transcription. The chord marked "E/B" should actually be "Bm", and the chord marked "F#m/C#" should actually be "C#m". Although the ones I initially wrote sound good, when I played it again, I realized I was wrong.


> Hey, I hope this helps.

> The song appears to be in A Major. The chords below are written as I hear
> them. If anyone has any corrections or suggestions about the notation,
> please e-mail me or post a response here.

> Note that I use my own transcription of the lyrics to "Now We Are
> Free". And note that originally I wanted to put the chords above the
> syllables where they're supposed to go, but the small bits of HTML font
> code didn't seem to work, so I put them after the syllables.

> I became interested in writing down the chords after a friend of mine told
> me he wondered what made the song sound as though it were suspended. As I
> listened to it, I believed it was because the song didn't resolve (i.e.
> return to the A chord it starts on) until the very end. However, when I
> sat down with my keyboard, I realized it does resolve in certain parts,
> though only temporarily (the Bm chord quickly delays any satisfying
> resolution).

> It's truly a masterpiece that through this process creates in the listener
> a sense of contemplation and longing, as it tries to describe a feeling
> that is beyond words.

> Joseph

> Anaw[A] sharrum[E/B, C#m],

> Anaw she[D]lay knaw[E] de vuh yum[F#m, E]

> Flayvum[A],

> Nom[Bm] dee lee[C#m]sh[D]

> Ha dee na um doss[E],

> La um dee[F#m, E]

> Flavnee.[A]

> Wee dee zeh[Bm] zuh boo[E]

> Wee dee zoh[F#m] a roo[D],

> Un ma-ah pesh[Bm] a lay[E]

> Vee-ee-ee bee[F#m].

> Un ma-ah pesh[Bm] ni sal[E]

> Un dee-ee lay[F#m] na day[D],

> Un ma-ah pesh[Bm] a lay[E],

> Mee dee-ee g[F#m].[A]

> La la da puh dun leh [E/B]ron do nah [F#m/C#]

> Ve va da puh dun leh[D] ron do ron da[E].

> La la da puh dun leh ron do nah[F#m]

> Ve va da puh dun leh[E/G#] ron do ron da.[A]

> (Repeat. 2nd time, no final [A])

> Anaw sharrum[E/B],[C#m]

> Anaw she[D]lay knaw[E] de vuh yum,

> Flayvum[F#m],[E]

> Flayvum[A].

> Mye[Bm] shon[C#m]dol-lee[D]

> Flay naw[E],

> Flof[F#m]lesh lay,[E]

> Flof lay[A],

> Nom[Bm] dee lee[C#m]sh

> Ha dee[D] na um doss[E]

> La um[F#m] dee[E]

> Flavnee[A].

> Flay[Bm, C#m]

> Shondo nom[D]

> Ma-lun[E] dess[F#m,E]

> Dwond nee[A].[Bm]

> Dwwoo[C#m]ondee[D],[E]

> Anaw sharrum do naw koss

> Sheley koot-tum[A].

Comments in this Thread:     Expand >>
  • Now we are free tabs??  (9106 views)
       Bjrn I - Sunday, August 26, 2001, at 5:29 a.m.
    •    Re: Now we are free tabs??  (17775 views)
         Joseph Soltero - Tuesday, May 13, 2003, at 9:44 p.m.
      •      Re: Now we are free tabs??  (20284 views)    We're Here
           Joseph Soltero - Friday, September 26, 2003, at 7:15 p.m.

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