"dil kya kare":-kishore kumar

Discussion in 'Hindi Guitar Tabs - Submit or Request' started by RAKESH_GITS_FAN, Apr 29, 2005.

  1. RAKESH_GITS_FAN

    RAKESH_GITS_FAN : <img src="http://www.indianguitartabs.com/images

    Gm F Gm Eb Gm
    Dil kyaa kare jab kisii se kisii ko pyaar ho jaae
    Gm F Gm Eb Gm
    Jaane kahaa.N kab kisii ko kisii se pyaar ho jaae
    Bb F Bb F
    Uu.Nchii-uu.Nchii diivaaro.n sii is duniyaa kii rasme.n
    Bb F Bb F
    Na kuchh tere bas me.n julie, na kuchh mere bas me.n
    Gm Bb
    Jaise parvat pe ghataa jhukatii hai
    Gm Bb
    Jaise saagar se lahar uthatii hai
    Gm F
    Aise kisii chahare pe nigaah rukatii hai

    PLZ REPLY IF I HAVE GONE WRONG......... :rockon:
     
  2. Bandbaaja

    Bandbaaja Pronounced Band Baaaa Ja

    I have posted this in an old thread,
    here it is AGAIN

    .....dil kyaa kare jab kisee se, kisee ko pyaar ho jaaye
    /Gm...........................F/...F............Eb.../..........Gm/

    .....jaane kahaa kab kisee ko, kisee se pyaar ho jaaye
    /Gm...........................F/...F............Eb.../..........Gm/

    unchee unchee diwaaron see,... is duniyaan kee rasme
    /Gm................/Cm............/Ab..........................Gm/
    naa kuchh tere bas mein julie,...naa kuchh mere bas me
    /Gm................/Cm.............../Ab..........................Gm/

    jaise parabat pe, ghataa zookatee hain
    /Dm................................................ ./

    jaise saagar se, lahar uthhatee hain
    /Dm................................................ ./

    ayese kisee chehare pe, nigaah rukatee hain
    /Bb...............................F................ ./

    rok naheen sakatee najaron ko duniyaan bhar kee rasmein
    (Same as oonchi oonchi deewaron se)
    and so on

    (in that Dm line there are certain movements that u can do, but i dont have my guitar in hand so i dont remember, excuse)

    Poopsie

    PS: It would be good if check that original thread, Jay has posted a variation in the way he plays it.
    http://www.indianguitartabs.com/showthread.php?t=4688

    CHEERS
     
  3. Liquid

    Liquid New Member

    how bout some strumming advice
     
  4. Khopdi

    Khopdi New Member

    You know... the strumming is something you get automatically once you sing and play the song at the same time... If you still dont get it.. turn your winamp, windows media player or whatever it maybe... play the song and strum it while the song is playing...

    You'll get hang of the strumming pattern and we might be able to get rid of questions asking "strumming patterns please"

    Cya take care :)
     
  5. Bandbaaja

    Bandbaaja Pronounced Band Baaaa Ja

    D = Down stroke with sustain (Full Strum) should sound like CHANNNNGGGGG
    U = Up stroke with sustain (Full Strum) should sound like CHANNNNGGGGG
    d = Down stroke without sustain (Strum and immediately mute) should sound like CHANK
    u = Up stroke without sustain (Strum and immediately mute) should sound like CHANK
    x = Silence the sound
    _ = Let the sustain continue

    STRUMMING PATTERN FOR
    DIL KYA KARE JAB KISI SE - JULIE

    These strumming patterns are only as solo arrangements.
    This is not exactly what the guitarist has played in the original.
    If you try to play that, some parts will sound too dry.

    PATTERN 1 (For Mukhda)
    1 - & - 2 - & - 3 - & - 4 - &
    D ___ D _ U ___ U _ D _U


    PATTERN 2 (For Mukhda) use this if you want to avoid being repetitive
    1 - & - 2 - & - 3 - & - 4 - &
    D _U_ D _ U ___ U _ D _U


    For the antra, you can either play the same rhythm
    OR if you want to sound close to the original,
    Listen to the song and strum the guitar like the prominent Violins playing in the antra

    CHEERS
     
  6. ganjabhai

    ganjabhai New Member

    nice word dude
     
  7. HARIOMTATSAT

    HARIOMTATSAT New Member

    well, good chords tried and nice attempt made.
    hopin' that u keep on workin like this.
     
  8. Khopdi

    Khopdi New Member

    What do you mean by F/... F??

    Is it just FMaj. played after an FMaj. or is that a chord...
    pls revert
    Thx
     
  9. smriti

    smriti // Silent Observer //

    yp it is the same Fmaj after Fmaj n also it is a chord :p:
     
  10. Khopdi

    Khopdi New Member

    lol.. thx smriti :)
    Gotcha ;-)
     

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