Chords: Oh Nenjame Idhu Un Raagame - Enakkaga Kaathiru (1980) - IR

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  1. Guitarsen

    Guitarsen New Member

    Link:O Nenjame from Enakkaaga Kaathiru - YouTube

    My version:

    Pallavi:
    (G)oh nenja(Am)mae idhu (Em)un raaga(G)mae
    (Em)kodai kaatril koodum koottil
    (D6)kondaadidum (Em)inbam kandu
    (Am)aadum (D6)paadum


    stanza:
    (G)ennangalin (D6)vannangalil
    (Em6)un thotra(G)mae
    en nenjilum (Em)naan kaangiraen
    (A7)or maatra(G)mae
    (Em)yaarodu yaarai (Dadd9)kai saerpadhendru
    (Em)yaar solla koodum (Dadd9)nammodu indru
    (G)saera vaendum ondru saerndhu (Gm)vaazhavendum..(G)


    (D6 - x24232)
    (Em6 - 022020)
    (Dadd9 - x54252)
     
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  2. vs.suresh

    vs.suresh New Member

    Nice Song Selection Senthil....
     
  3. jimihndrx

    jimihndrx Guitar Hero

    My version is slightly different..as iam hearing this way.
    The finger position of D6 as you mentioned is actually D6 with bass B i.e(D6/B)or simply Bm7 chord.
    Anywayz very nice work Senthil and good song selection.

    (G)
    oh nenja(Am)mae idhu (Em)un raaga(G)mae
    (Em)kodai kaatril koodum koottil
    (G)kondaadidum (Em)inbam kandu
    (Am)aadum (Bm7)paadum

    stanza:
    (G)ennangalin vannangalil
    (Em)un thotra(G)mae en nenji(Gm)lum (Em)naan kaangi(Gm)raen
    (A7)or maatra(G)mae

    (Em)yaarodu yaarai (B)kai saerpa(G)dhendru
    (Em)yaar solla koodum (B)nammodu (G)indru
    (G)saera vaendum ondru saerndhu (Gm)vaazhavendum..(G)Hmmm..

    jimihndrx
     
  4. Guitarsen

    Guitarsen New Member

    Thx Suresh and Jimi.

    C# is defintely there in "un thotrame" , hence Em6.

    Since D is the bass note being played, hence D6 and Dadd9.

    Adding E to D Major sounds more suitable when moving from E minor, hence Dadd9.

    Let's wait for more validations as well.
     
  5. jimihndrx

    jimihndrx Guitar Hero

    @Senthil Yes i was also hearing the bass D note.So Bm/D chord will also fit the progression.
     

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