Bheegi Bheegi raaton Mein-Kishore,Asha

Discussion in 'Hindi Guitar Tabs - Submit or Request' started by bhaskarrao009, Sep 24, 2005.

  1. bhaskarrao009

    bhaskarrao009 New Member

    hi Rohit,

    GOT IT

    Song is played in B Major-G Sharp Minor Scale

    B-- B , E , F sharp 7
    G sharp minor-- G sharp minor, C sharp minor, D sharp 7


    enjoy---
    B
    Bheegi bheegi raaton mein, meeti meeti baaton mein
    E------------------------------------------B
    Aise barsaaton mein kaisa lagtaa hai?

    B
    Aisa lagtaa hai tum banke baadal,
    E----------------------------------------B
    mere badan ko bhigoke mujhe chhed rahe ho ho o
    B
    chhed rahe ho (2)


    B
    Ambar Khele holi ui ma
    B----------------------C#m----B
    Bheegi mori choli hamjoli hamjoli (2)

    B
    O paani ke is rele mein saavan ke is mele mein
    C#m
    chhat pe akele mein
    B
    kaisa lagtaa hai

    B
    Aisa lagtaa hai tum banke ghata
    E----------------------------B
    Apne sajan ko bhigoke khel khel rahi ho o
    B
    Khel rahi ho


    rest of the song with same chords---
    Aisa lagtaa hai
    Tum banke baadal mere badan ko bhigoke mujeh chhed rahe ho chedd rahe ho

    Barakha se bachhalun tujeh
    Seene se lagaa loon
    Aa chhupaalun aa chhupaalun (2)
    Dil ne pukara dekho rut ka ishaara dekho
    Uf ye nazara dekho
    Kaisa lagtaa hai, bolo?

    Aisa lagtaa hai kuchh ho jayega
    Mast pavan ke ye jhoke saiyaan dekh rahe ho o
    Dekh rahe ho
    Aisa lagtaa hai
    Tum banke baadal mere badan ko bhigoke mujeh chhed rahe ho o
    Chhed rahe ho o

    PICS OF CHORDS ATTACHED

    PLS ADD REPS

    HAVE FUN


    Bhaskar
     

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  2. astroguru26

    astroguru26 New Member

    thanks bhaskar yeah good chords with thumbnails that will give the better idea of chords....thanks again..and waiting to see your new chord posting.............


    rohit
     
  3. Hardik

    Hardik .:.:.:BoRn TaLenT:.:.:.

    ^^hey this chord thumbnail thing is nice...never thought of it...i think when ppl ask 4 difficult chords or somethin like that,posting such pictures will help....by da way,nice chords....try A insted of C#m...i think it sounds better...also E, A & B form the chord group....neways,nice try.....
     
  4. bhaskarrao009

    bhaskarrao009 New Member

    Hey Rohit and Hardik,

    Thanks for the appreciation,

    Hey Hardik,Thanks for those nice words, A Major chord will work because the note played is C sharp.But there is no scale in which we can play E MAJOR ,B MAJOR and A MAJOR all three maJor chords together. A major will thus sound right as it strikes the C sharp note but it is not the correct chord of this scale. I gave C#minor as it falls in this scale.

    Song is played in B Major-G Sharp Minor Scale

    Scale-------------Chords
    B------------------ B , E , F sharp 7
    G#minor-------- G sharp minor, C sharp minor, D sharp 7

    now you see the only scales in which chords A, B AND E come close are the E MaJOR and E b Major scales but there again we use B7 and not BMajor.

    hope this helps

    Bhaskar
     
  5. Hardik

    Hardik .:.:.:BoRn TaLenT:.:.:.

    @bhaskar...well as far as i know....A,B & E form a chord progression...I-IV-V....have been out of touch from a long time...but i do remember this...A-B-E is definately one of the chord progressions that we use...and i dont quite understand the way you described the scale...as in the "B Major-G Sharp Minor Scale"....would u be kind enough to elobrate...:)...would really like to know...i better get on da technical side now...:)
     
  6. bhaskarrao009

    bhaskarrao009 New Member

    Gutar Basics -2

    Hey Hardik,


    Please read this post of mine-------

    see para 3---

    http://www.indianguitartabs.com/showthread.php?t=13583&highlight=jaadu+hai+nasha


    then read on---

    In short, chord progressions 1, 1V ,V are used with Cord I being the scale in which the song is played, for example if the song is played in the basic C scale ,we use C ,F ,G all majors as I,IV and V chords.So if u want to use A-B-E AS 1,4,5 it shud start on E right! But this song(Bheegi-Bheegi) is on the B Scale.-so out goes that progression.

    Also in E scale We encounter sharp and flat note so the chord progression would be E,A and B7 and so it would be incorrect to use E,A and B as I,IV, AND V.The correct progression would be E-A-B7-E-A-B7-and..so on.Now it would also be incorrect to use B Major chord in that scale as it is not the chord of the scale .the only chords u r allowed to use in this scale(E MAJOR SCALE) are E A B7 and if its a minor key C sharp minor F sharp minor and G sharp 7.


    ..Similarly in our B Major Scale for the above song(bheegi bheegi..) We are not Allowed to use A major Chord.The chord progression for this scale is B --E-- F sharp 7 ,and in case minor scale/notes are encountered we can use G sharp minor, C sharp minor, D sharp 7.


    Question---Whats the minor???---

    Now each scale which starts on one of the notes has a MINOR scale associated with it,in which the singer/player uses one or two flat/sharp notes(only ones which are allowed) without changing the scale,for example lets take the basic C scale.the notes are-

    C D E F G A B ----notice no flat or sharp notes

    But what if one of the notes in the song is a A flat!???--But A flat is not in the C scale ,,u see now thats the minor key of the scale and this minor key has 3 more chords u can use if you enconter these sharp/flat notes.Every Major KEY/SCALE has a relative minor KEY/SCALE.

    FOR EXAMPLE----

    Major KEY---------------------RELATIVE MINOR KEY

    C----------------------------------------Am
    E---------------------------------------C#m
    B--------------------------------------G#m

    and just like the 1-4-5 of the major scale, the minor scales also have their own chords which can be used; as we used c#m in our song


    Question--Whay am I using E-A-B7 and not E-A-B ??? And why do we use B-E-F#7 and not B-E-F as 1-4-5 in E major and B major scales like the way we use
    C-F-G in C major.

    Ans-

    C scale has all proper notes-

    C D E F G A B

    all other scales have flats and sharps which make u change the chords

    for example E major goes like this-

    E F# G# A B C# D #

    Hope it helps

    Bhaskar
     
  7. Bazooka

    Bazooka New Member

    I agree Bhaskar,

    E -B7- A makes a chord progression, not E-B-A

    The chords u gave are technically correct.

    Strong Basics.Good work.

    reps for u my friend
     
  8. Bandbaaja

    Bandbaaja Pronounced Band Baaaa Ja

    I THINK THERE IS THIS ONE SMALL CHANGE THAT NEEDS TO BE INCORPORATED
    ITS A STAND OUT CHORD, THAT HAS TO BE PLAYED THERE...

    see below for right EDIT
     
  9. Bandbaaja

    Bandbaaja Pronounced Band Baaaa Ja

    I THINK THERE IS THIS ONE SMALL CHANGE THAT NEEDS TO BE INCORPORATED
    ITS A STAND OUT CHORD, THAT HAS TO BE PLAYED THERE...


    B
    Bheegi bheegi raaton mein, meeti meeti baaton mein
    E------------------------------------------B
    Aise barsaaton mein kaisa lagtaa hai?

    F#min <-------------- THIS PARTICULAR CHORD
    Aisa lagtaa hai tum banke baadal,
    E----------------------------------------B
    mere badan ko bhigoke mujhe chhed rahe ho ho o
    B
    chhed rahe ho (2)


    Cheers
    Poopsie
     
  10. Hardik

    Hardik .:.:.:BoRn TaLenT:.:.:.

    @bhaskar.....thank you :nw: for taking so much pains to explain.....now i know...:)alright,i need to work on the scales and relatives..thanks again mate... :beer:
     

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