Tum yaad aaye .. Javed Akhter Alka Yagnik

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  1. fahim2003

    fahim2003 New Member

    Very nice song.

    Intro

    E...F#.D#

    E..C#.

    D#..B.




    E...............B...........C#m...F#m
    Jab geet hawaon ne gaye tum yaad aaye


    E...............B...........C#m.....E
    Jab khushboo ke badal chae tum yaad aaye


    E...............C#m............B.....E
    jab subho ne rang chalkae tum yaad aaye

    E............A.................F#m...E.
    jab mehke shamon ke saae tum yaad aaye


    C#m.......E...
    Tum yaad aaye

    repeat first two lines.


    G#m......E.......D#m.......B.................F#m..E.
    Jab koi sunehra din aaya jab mausam jhooma lehraya

    ..A...............G#m.........A.................G#M
    jab rut ne li ek angrai jab dhoop main narmi si aai


    ....A..................G#m
    Jab rang naye kaliyon ko mile


    ....F#m.......B......E...
    jab dali dali phool khile

    E......................B...........C#m...F#m
    jab pholon pe bhanwre mandlaye tum yaad aaye.


    G#m......E.....D#m.....
    Jab koi suhani raat aai

    .B.................F#m..E.
    jab sapno ki barat aai

    ..A...............G#m....
    jab amber main taray damkay

    .....A...........C#m....G#M
    jab aangan main jugnoo chamkay

    ....A..............C#m....G#m
    jab hui ghaneri khamosi

    E....F#m.......B......E...
    jab chai halki behoshi

    E......................B..........C#m...F#m
    jab raat ney tan man pighlae Tum yaad aaye

    E...............B...........C#m...E
    Jab geet hawaon ne gae tum yaad aaye


    E...............C#m............B.....E
    jab subho ne rang chalkae tum yaad aaye

    E............A.................F#m...E.
    jab mehke shamon ke saae tum yaad aaye

    Solo

    C#m.....E....
    Tum yaad aaye

    solo

    C#m....E....
    Tum yaad aaye
     
  2. ArindamSarkar

    ArindamSarkar New Member

    Beautiful song. Will go through with the track. Sounds accurate in my first shot at it.

    Get back to you in a few hours on this.
     
  3. ArindamSarkar

    ArindamSarkar New Member

  4. fahim2003

    fahim2003 New Member

    hmm, couple of my strings are broken so I am stuck with the keyboard. I have sung it for you. check it out and let me know if the chords sound alright.!

    http://www.easy-share.com/1909943735/Jab geet hawaon ne gaye.mp3

    Will try yours.
     
  5. ArindamSarkar

    ArindamSarkar New Member

    We can safely agree to disagree

    Nice voice (at least far better than Atif Aslam)...

    You seem to be using F#m to end the lines with (as per your 1st post). Which actually sounds quite nice as it uses many of the same notes as a B major. But when I played it with the original track, I found that there is a definite rise in pitch at that point (indicating a higher note/chord i.e. B) and not a fall (not a heavier chord like F#m). This may be because the original singer is female (shriller voice) while you, obviously will have a deeper voice.

    The song is a very positive one and such songs, in my opinion, avoid negative sentiment by not using minor chords (which are inherently depressing).

    Having said that, a three chord song (my version) gives every player the liberty of switching a few majors for minors, especially if that suits their voice more. Hearing you play, makes me think that you know most of the stuff I just said. In this case, I would, thus have to say, that we both seem to be correct in different ways and that we can safely agree to disagree.

    But, if you want to be true to the ORIGINAL version, I think B major is the way to go. The versions of yours and mine and nearly identical; its just that you have brought in some variation using minor chords while I have tried to just plainly decipher the original version's arrangement.

    Hope this clarifies things.
     
  6. fahim2003

    fahim2003 New Member

    hmm thanks....I actually figured out the solo first and then the chords from those notes.. one yaad aaye goes up, one yaad aaye goes down. The one that goes up is the F# and the one that goes down is C#. Now in the scale of E the F# is only available in a minor chord same goes for the C# and the G#.

    I think that playing it easy is rather not the case. You can try transposing my song to any higher key and there are alot of minor chords.

    And I think tum yaad aaye is a sad line :D. hence the minor chords.
     
  7. ArindamSarkar

    ArindamSarkar New Member

    The song does have a negative sentiment, but the music used mainly positive (majors). Minors, as I said, are not incorrect. The song is basically a 3 chord song, so minor variations are acceptable. Well, that's about that...
     
  8. fahim2003

    fahim2003 New Member

    sing your version.! i wanna listen to it.
     
  9. ArindamSarkar

    ArindamSarkar New Member

    just can't sing

    Don't have the equipment... PLUS

    Last time I sang, the police confiscated it all and the neighbors sent over a "cease and desist" notice.

    Short answer : I just can't sing.......

    Play the versions and just compare...
     
  10. fahim2003

    fahim2003 New Member

    hehe, You version is easy to play! and yet the sadness in the song disappears with your. Why you dont wanna play F#m?
     
  11. ArindamSarkar

    ArindamSarkar New Member

    I love F#m. I am playing it a bit. But I try and keep it as simple as possible and I still think its a B. F#m is perfect there too. I have also played it that way. It sound even better with f#m when played in the back (Dm style). Better than B in my version.

    Like I said its a matter of choice - that's the beauty of playing a song. You get to tweak the song to your ear.

    F#m is just as correct as B - its just that I prefer B here.
     

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