July 2, 2011

JUNIEL - 少年 (Boy)

| A | D | A | D |

| A | E | Bm7 | D |
Watashi no hajimete deatta kireina otokonoko
| A | E | Bm7 | D  E |
Sukoshi yaketa chiisana kao ni houseki no you na hitomi

| D  E | C#m7  F#m7 | Bm7  E | A |
Saisho wa nanka gikochinakatta demo yuuki o dashite mita no
| Bm7  E/B | C#m7  F#m7/C# | Bm7  C#m7 | Dm7  E |
Aisatsu kawari kimi wa kono ongaku kiite minai?

| A  E | Bm7 | A  E | Bm7 | 
Ikkini chijimatta kono kyori amai kaori ga tadayotte kuru
| A  E | Bm7 | A  E | Bm7 |
Nagarete kuru no wa sweet melody watashitachi no BGM mitai

| A  E | Bm7 | A  E | Bm7 | A | E | Bm7 | D |

| A | E | Bm7 | D |
Aoi sora no shita heddofon o tsukete ita otokonoko
| A | E | Bm7 | D  E |
Rizumu ni awase hosoi karada yurarito kosumosu mitai

| D  E | C#m7  F#m7 | Bm7  E | A |
Itsumo watashi ni chikazuki heddofon o kashite kureta no
| Bm7  E/B | C#m7  F#m7/C# | Bm7  C#m7 | Dm7  E |
Kigatsuitara watashi wa itsumo kimi o otteta

| A  E | Bm7 | A  E | Bm7 |
Mou sorosoro itte kurenai? Kimi no kimochi ga kikitai no yo
| A  E | Bm7 | A  E | Bm7    Bbm7 |
Nagarete kuru no wa sweet melody watashitachi no temasongu mitai

| Bb  F | Cm7 | Bb  F | Cm7 |
Issho ni iru kono jikan ga suki yo zutto soba ni issho ni ite yo
| Bb  F | Cm7 | Bb  F | Cm7 |
Nagarete kuru no wa sweet melody watashitachi no temasongu mitai

| Bb  F | Cm7 | Bb  F | Cm7 | Cm7 | Bb |



Romanized lyrics from junielsg.wordpress.com

4 comments:

  1. The Cm#7 and Fm#7 seems wrong. I don't know what she is playing, but she is doing it different in her versions

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    1. It sounds fine to me. What fingerings are you using for those chords?

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    2. oh jk, I was doing it wrong XD
      can you tell me how to play Cm#7 and Fm#7? It would be very helpful since I'm still a novice player.
      Love this tab btw

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    3. C#m7: http://www.jguitar.com/chordsearch?chordsearch=C%23m7
      F#m7: http://jguitar.com/chordsearch?chordsearch=F%23m7

      For C#m7, the first picture is the way it's most commonly played, although any way will work. You need to bar (hold all 6 strings down) at the fourth fret with your first finger. It takes some practice to build the strength up in your hand to do it easily (at least it did for me), especially on an acoustic guitar, but it's not hard once you get the hang of it.

      For F#m7, the second picture is the way it's most commonly played.

      Hope that helps.

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