Yeh Fitoor Mera (Fitoor) Guitar Chords

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  1. jimihndrx

    jimihndrx Guitar Hero

    Song- Yeh Fitoor Mera
    Film- Fitoor
    Lyrics- Swanand Kirkire
    Music- Amit Trivedi
    Singer- Arijit
    Key- G Flat Natural Minor


    (F#m11)Zindagi ne (A6sus2)ki hai kaisi (Badd11)saazishein
    (F#m11)poori hui (A6sus2)dil ki wo far(Badd11)maishein
    (F#m11)maangi duaa ek (A6sus2)tujh tak jaa pahunchi (Badd11)Parvardigara..Parvardigara
    (F#m11)kaisi suni tune (A6sus2)meri khamoshi Oo..(Badd11)Parvardigara

    Ye fi(D)toor me(E)ra laaya (A)mujhko hai tere ka(Badd11)reeb.. fi(D)toor me(E)ra rehmat (A)teri..(Badd11).. fi(D)toor me(E)ra maine (A)badla re mera na(Badd11)seeb.. fi(D)toor me(E)ra chaahat (A)teri..Oo..Parvar(Badd11)digara..Parvardigara

    Interlude- {(F#m11)..(A6sus2)..(Badd11)}-[2 times]

    (F#m11)Dheeme dheeme (A6sus2)jal rahi thi (Badd11)khwaishein
    (F#m11)dil mein dabi (A6sus2)ghut rahi far(Badd11)maaishein

    (F#m11)Banke dhuaan wo (A6sus2)tujh tak jaa pahunchi (Badd11)Parvardigara..
    (F#m11)deewangi ki (A6sus2)hadd maine nochi..Oo..(Badd11)Parvardigara

    chorus repeat

    rest is same

    (F#m11-204400) (A6sus2-X04400) (Badd11-X24440)

    [Total songs covered in IGT-249 songs*]
    [Languages covered- Hindi,Tamil, English, Punjabi & Bengali]
    [Active Since- April 2012]
    (*-Till this post)

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  2. sanjeevbabu

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  3. fever_gallore

    fever_gallore New Member


    On finding the notes, I also landed up with A major scale (same as G Flat Natural Minor)

    Now, my query is that B chord is not in the chords related to this scale. Bm is.

    So why have the used B chords in the song?

    I am a beginner so pardon if query seems silly.
  4. jimihndrx

    jimihndrx Guitar Hero

    Composers when creating music they don't always use a single KEY. Many a times they use chord/chords that are not of same KEY, Sometimes from their Relative Major/Minor or Parallel Major/Minor Chords, Sometimes a PIVOT chord, Sometimes mixing two KEYS. It all depends on the Composer.

    In this case it seems that the composer use chords both from Gb Min and E Maj KEY.

  5. fever_gallore

    fever_gallore New Member

    Thank you Jimmy for the explanation.

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