Chords for Sharara Sharara

Discussion in 'Hindi Guitar Tabs - Submit or Request' started by jayswami, Nov 6, 2004.

  1. jayswami

    jayswami Blue J

    4# = 1+4#+7maj
    for eg F4# =F+B+E

    Code:
    intro:
     Guitar----------------------------
    |F#m   |   %  |%   | %   |
    
                           Woh Hoeah  
    | F#m   | %   | %  | F4# Eb4# | x2
     
    Lehraake       Balkhaake 
    |F#m9   | %   | AM7  | %   |
    
    Guitar-------------------------
     |F#m   |   %  |%   | %   |
    | F#m   | %   | %  | F4# Eb4# | 
    
    Lehraake Balkhaake Balkhaake Balkhaake
    |F#m9  |  %   |   %   |    %   |
     Aag Laga Ke Dilo Ko Jala Ke 
    |Bm9   |   %  | G | % |  
    Karoon Main Ishaara
    | C#4(7) |  \ | \   | \ |   -- C#4(7)=C#+F#+G#+B
    
     Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara 
     |F#m9   | %   | E6     |  E6    |
    
    Sharara Sharara Main Hoon Ek Sharara
    |DM7   | %     | C#m   \    | F4# Eb4# |
    
     Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara 
     |F#m9   | %   | E6     |  E6    |
    
    Sharara Sharara Main Hoon Ek Sharara
    |DM7   | %     | C#m      |   \ |
    
    
    Interlude:
    Code:
    pPP Ooooooo eeEEEEEeee haiyYaee
    |DM7   | %     | B4/E     |   %   |
    
    
    Guitar-------------------------
     |F#m   |   %  |%   | %   |
    | F#m   | %   | %  | F4# Eb4# | 
    
     SalamayuWayhayheAeh SalamayuWayhayheAeh
     |Bm7   | %      |  C#m7    | %    |
     Salamayu ee ooo ee      EeyhayheAeh
     |DM7     | %     | E  | F#m7/E C#/F |  
     
     SalamayuWayhayheAeh SalamayuWayhayheAeh
     |Bm7   |  %    | C#m7     | %    |
     Salamayu ee ooo ee      EeyhayheAeh
     |DM7     | %    | E   | C# C#7 |
    
    

    Code:
      Shola  Hai    Yeh  Tan  Mera
      |F#m2      |  %    |  E6    | %   |         
    
      Are Dehko Tum Paas Na Aana
      |DM7  | %       | F#m9     | %    |
    
     Shama Ke Jo Pass Aaya 
    |F#m2      |  %    |  E6    | %   |
     Are Jalta Hai WohiParwana
     |DM7  | %       | F#m9     | %    |
    
     
     Oh Mere Deewano Baat Ko Samjho 
     |Bm  | %  | E   |A  E|
     Door Se Dekho Mera Yeh Nazara
     |Bm | Bm7 | C#4(7) | \ |
    
    
    Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Main Hoon Ek Sharara
    Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Main Hoon Ek Sharara

    Bijli Banke Girti Hoon Main Nagin Banke Dasti Hoon
    Cheene Hosh Jo Sab Ke Main Hi To Aisi Masti Hoon
    Rang Jalka Doon Saas Mehka Doon Pal Mein Zadka Doon Main Yeh Dil Tumhara
    Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Main Hoon Ek Sharara
    Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Main Hoon Ek Sharara
    Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Main Hoon Ek Sharara

    Lehraake Balkhaake Lehraake Balkhaake Balkhaake Balkhaake
    Aag Laga Ke Dilo Ko Jala Ke Karoon Main Ishaara
    Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Main Hoon Ek Sharara
    Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Sharara Main Hoon Ek Sharara
     
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  2. lord_neo

    lord_neo Guest

    Good rep for Jay!
     
  3. jayswami

    jayswami Blue J

    bumping this, this was my first post at IGT :p: I notice i have used some uncentional naming schemes.. F4#.. i remember kishmu helped me with that chord... kishmu man do u know what the name for such tritone chords are? i have noticed that chord at so many places after that.. and its so cooll
     
  4. luvmusic

    luvmusic New Member

    Jayswami is Great!

    Hi jaya...

    How do you play these exotic chords? Can you show us the fingure positions for these chords, please?
     
  5. jayswami

    jayswami Blue J

    let me figure out myself first :p:
     
  6. jayswami

    jayswami Blue J

    F4# =x4345x
    Eb4# = x2123x
     
  7. Hardik

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

    thank you jay...this is great.:):)
     
  8. Bandbaaja

    Bandbaaja Pronounced Band Baaaa Ja

    hahahahahahahahahahaha
    Jay what a post !!!!! amazing chords!!!

    and I never imagined you to be posting a song like SHARARA SHARARA !!!!!
    but when I saw the chords, I realized that its a good musician's composition
    after all its that Shiv Kumar Sharma's son Rahul Sharma who did this music I think
     
  9. Subhro

    Subhro Argentina lost :"(

    dude :shock:.. whr frm do u come up with such chords ???? :shock:..
    got 2 try them :rock:
    but whr is ur audio ? :).. is it in the thrd whr u postd al ur songs ??
    nyways needless 2 say gr8 post. :)
     
  10. kishmu

    kishmu New Member

    Jay - I learnt about those 4th interval chords in keyboard magazine (http://www.keyboardmag.com/). I just dont know what they are called. Your naming is good enough.
     
  11. jayswami

    jayswami Blue J

    no audio.. i hate te song :) i had to learn it for a show
     
  12. Subhro

    Subhro Argentina lost :"(

    still... bettr than the indian idol remixes.
     
  13. nikamma1112

    nikamma1112 New Member

    Not too fond of the song ... it's only Asha's wonderful voice that's the saving grace ... but the chords seem interesting, will try playing them.

    @bandbaaja: The composers were Jeet-Pritam.

    - Raj.
     
  14. monty

    monty New Member

    hi jay...

    can u plzzz.. send the strumming pattern of this song...
     
  15. Mr. Scary

    Mr. Scary Bass-tard Child

    i love this song for only one reason- my girlfriend did a dance to this song for her school's talent show...and she did it good :|
     
  16. atthanii

    atthanii Theif Slayer

    hhahahahahaha...nice post jay...
     
  17. jayswami

    jayswami Blue J

    i thought of a cool way to look at the 4# chords.. these r just sharp9 chords without the root and the fifth :p: well the shapr 9 technically dont have the fifth.. so just remove the root from the sharp9 and u get my tritone 4# chords..

    for example try this chord prog Am7 E#9 D#9 Am .. would sound cool
    same effect as Am7 Ab4# Gb4# Am in fact playing Am7 Ab4#/E Gb4#/D adds so much punch too... neways i will shut up..
     
  18. kishmu

    kishmu New Member

    Jay - 4th interval chords are variations of 7ths - so you can substitute these in place of 7th.

    For example G7 can be substituted with F+B+E (notes in the chord)

    Try this

    Dm7- above chord - CM7
     

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