Chords for Jadoo teri nazar..

Discussion in 'Hindi Guitar Tabs - Submit or Request' started by heart_break_kid, Nov 11, 2004.

  1. heart_break_kid

    heart_break_kid New Member

    :beer: :beer:

    Jadoo teri nazar.. khushboo tera badan
    Am............G...........................Am
    tu haan kar ya na kar (x2)
    ............G.............Am
    tu hai meri kiran (x2)
    ..F...............Am

    Am...G....Am

    mere khwaabon ki tasveer hai tu
    ...C........................G.........F
    bekhabar meri taqdeer hai tu
    ....F..............................G
    tu kisi aur ki ho na jana
    ...F.....................C
    kuch bhi kar jaoonga main deewana.....
    ......................C...............Am....F


    tu haan kar ya na kar
     
  2. dev_go_hel

    dev_go_hel New Member

  3. abhishekkai08

    abhishekkai08 New Member

    needs improvement

    It is not sounding correct to me.....but,if you want to play this in open chords you should try this(which i figured out in course of checking yours) :

    Jadoo teri nazar.. khushboo tera badan
    Em............D............Am...............Em C
    tu haan kar ya na kar (x2)
    ............C.......Em.....
    tu hai meri kiran (x2)
    ..........Am.......Em

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  4. numbfingers

    numbfingers New Member

    Both of you wrong because the original scale is Bb. Here are the actual chords....

    Strumming pattern : D UDUD

    Jadoo teri nazar.. khushboo tera badan
    Gm............F...........Bb................Gm

    tu haan kar ya na kar (x2)
    Bb.........F...............Gm

    tu hai meri kiran (x2)
    D#.................Gm



    mere khwaabon ki tasveer hai tu
    Bb................F.................D#

    bekhabar meri taqdeer hai tu
    .D#.............Gm...............Bb

    tu kisi aur ki ho na jana
    D#............Gm...........Cm

    kuch bhi kar jaoonga main deewana.....
    ...Gm.................Bb...............Gm


    Try these and lemme know....
     
  5. abhishekkai08

    abhishekkai08 New Member

    :|
    it can be played in the key of Gm also....
     
  6. numbfingers

    numbfingers New Member

    @ abhishek.....pal Gm and Bb are relative scales...so its wrong to say it can be played in any one scale....u shud have noticed i have used chords of both major and minor scales.....when I say Bb is the scale, its obvious that the relative minor is included!!
     
  7. abhishekkai08

    abhishekkai08 New Member

    dude what you say is correct but does that mean,the person who plays the song from Em or F#m is wrong? this was mah point
     
  8. Keoraf

    Keoraf Keyboard Player

    You are totally wrong aswell, the scale isn't Bb but the Gm. This is a minor scale song!!!
     
  9. sDEVs

    sDEVs Inventor

    May be this a correct scale, also go through my recording
    http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6250853

    Song: Jadu Teri
    Film: Darr

    F#m-----------E-----------F#m
    Jadu Teri Nazar Khushabu Tera Badan
    F#m-----------E-----------F#m
    Jadu Teri Nazar Khushabu Tera Badan
    F#m---E--E---F#m
    Tu Ha kar ya na kar
    F#m---E--E---F#m
    Tu Ha kar ya na kar
    Bm----------F#m
    Tu hai meri kiran
    F#m----------E-------D---F#m
    Mere khwaboon ki tasveer hai tu
    Bm--------------------F#m
    Bekhabar meri takdeer hai tu x2
    F#m----------E-------D---F#m
    Tu kisi aur ki ho na jaana
    Bm----------------------F#m
    Kuch bhi kar jaooonga me diwana
    F#m----------E-------D---F#m
    Fasale aur kam ho rahe hai
    F#m----------E-------D---F#m
    Duur se paas hum ho rahe hai
    Bm--------------------F#m
    Maang loonga tumhe aasman se
    Bm---------------------F#m
    Cheen loonga tumhe is jahan se
     
  10. abhishekkai08

    abhishekkai08 New Member

    yeah that is the correct scale.....
     
  11. Keoraf

    Keoraf Keyboard Player

    Hey Shri, a song can be played in every other key as long as you stay in the scale, i mean if its a minor scale song then you have to stay in the minor scales and same for the major scale songs. Its certainly possible the scale is F#m, i played this song many years back and i figured out from a cassette tape, so there could be some pitching differences.
    But the point was, its very wrong to say its a major scale song, just because this is a minor scale song!!!!!
     
  12. numbfingers

    numbfingers New Member

    @keoraf..."mean if its a minor scale song then you have to stay in the minor scales and same for the major scale songs.".........dude who taught you this??? i mean please you should seriously reconsider before posting something like this.....there are many beginners who will be mislead!!

    Btw the chords I had posted are 100% correct, you all can keep arguing about the scale it is in....
     
  13. numbfingers

    numbfingers New Member

    @ abhishek...technically speaking it is wrong to play it any other scale....but many a times in singing contests, a half note up or half note down is permissible so F#m is okay but Em might not be.
    I am saying this because if u choose to play in any scale u like, the whole point of finding the key note is lost
     
  14. Keoraf

    Keoraf Keyboard Player

    You are trying to distort my words man, if i wasn't clear enough, i meant if a song is for example in the Cm scale, you can play it in every other minor key, Dm, Fm, C#m etc., ofcourse it should be in the range of the singer, but you can't play that same song in a major scale, it would change the mood of the song as it will sound very different from the original, and vice versa!
    There are very less songs played in just the notes of one scale. The majority of the songs, there are one or more notes going out of scale, you really don't have to teach me this, i already know this!

    If there is someone misleading others, than its you man, cause you are the person who said this: "Both of you wrong because the original scale is Bb"! And one thing for sure, this song is a minor scale song and certainly not a major scale song as you declared and that's what people called, trying to mislead someone!!!!!
    So if you are sure this song is in the Bb scale, how can you say this song can also be played in the F#m!!!!! Btw, you are the same person who claimed to hear the key note of any song, you also said, its very easy, so how this is happened. If the key note of this song should be the Bb, then your chords has to be something different aswell, am i right? And than, this should be 100% chords, i am not so sure about that, but that would be another discussion!
    Just think about this, there is a big difference between: "you think that you know something" and "you really know something"!!!!!
     
  15. numbfingers

    numbfingers New Member

    @Keoraf......just tell one thing....when u say "a minor scale", can it have chords of a major scale? eg....can Am scale have a C chord?
    If your answer is YES, we were just arguing semantics....and both are saying the same thing but if your answer is No, then...............
    I will give answers to the questions in your previous post, but 1st I need to know what u think of this.
     
  16. Keoraf

    Keoraf Keyboard Player

    You are now mixing up two very different issues. The major-, minor scale and the major-, minor chord. I guess i don't have to tell you there is a difference between a scale and a chord.
    Back to your question, of course a minor scale song can have major chords and vice versa and even in your example, a Am scale surely can have the C chord ! But this has nothing to do, at least not much, with the fact that a song is in a minor or major scale! The chord progression in a Am song will be different in comparison with a C major song, although both songs can have the same chords, just because the Am is the relative minor of the C major, so both scales have the same chords: C, Dm, Em, F, Am, G and Bdim, but it isn't necessarily that all the chords are being used, sometimes there are other chords from other scales used, because the song is going "out of scale", but thats another discussion! So what is it that makes a song major or minor? That discussion we already had in the other thread, isn't it? I still think its a matter of listening!
    The most easiest song (i think we can call it "a song") is DoReMi or SaReGa. Just play the C major scale and the A minor scale. You will hear a different melody, although the same notes are being played but in a different sequence. So thats the kind of difference you will hear in every song, its just a matter of recognizing the difference and placing it in the major or minor scale! This is my opinion about this issue!!!

    Btw, i don't think we are arguing semantics, cause if you are confusing between a minor and a major scale, for me thats a very big deal, you can't say a Gm song is in the Bb scale, that's very wrong. And also, please don't think i am trying to embarrass you or offending you or something like that, certainly not, at least it isn't my intention to do that!
     
  17. numbfingers

    numbfingers New Member

    i take it your answer to my question was an yes....hence the altercation is resolved!!
     
  18. manas1104

    manas1104 New Member

  19. Baboorao_Kadak

    Baboorao_Kadak New Member

    Mr. numbfingers the original track is in the key of F#m so I believe you are also wrong!
     

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