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"Are You Falling In Love"
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demo
(Lou Reed, 1971)

written by Lou Reed

* a.k.a. "Falling In Love"

1971
NYC
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        please post lyrics to
        wildside@mx21.tiki.ne.jp



* all the strings downtuned a whole-tone

 1d ----- * downtuned a whole-tone (from e to d)
 2A ----- * downtuned a whole-tone (from B to A)
 3F ----- * downtuned a whole-tone (from G to F)
 4C ----- * downtuned a whole-tone (from D to C)
 5G ----- * downtuned a whole-tone (from A to G)
 6D ----- * downtuned a whole-tone (from E to D)
(or a half-tone down ??? I'm not sure the pitch.)



        {D}{D}{G}{G}       (When you .... made me cry ...)
        {D}{D}{G}{G}       (- ...., When you walk away I ....)

        {F}{G}{Fmaj9}{G}   (Ooohhh ......)
        {Fmaj9}{G}         (Oh my baby, Are you -)
        {C}{C}{F}{F}       (- fallin', are you fallin' in -)
        {G}{F}{G}{F}       (- love, fallin' in love ...)
        {G}{F}             (- love ...)

        {D}{D}{G}{G}       (When you ...)
        {D}{D}{G}{G}       (- feet, What can I say, you know ....)

        {F}{G}{Fmaj9}{G}   (Ooohhh ......)
        {Fmaj9}{G}         (Oh .... my baby, Are you -)
        {C}{C}{F}{F}       (- fallin', hey, are you fallin' in -)
        {G}{F}{G}{F}       (- love, ..... are you fallin' in ...)
        {G}{F}{G...        (Woh, fallin' in love .... ooohhh)




* Fmaj9 chord (all the strings downtuned a whole-tone)

*1d ---3---
*2A ---1---
*3F ---2---
*4C ---3---
*5G -------
*6D -------




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thanks: Aaron (pulpalittlesoul@yahoo.com)
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i thought i'd send in a little chord correction..
on the lou demo 'are you falling in love',
youve presented the third chord of the chorus as 'F6' ...
actually the chord you have there
(which is an F major chord with a G note on the E string)
is called F major 9th, or Fmaj9 for short.
F6 is a different chord altogether -
it has the same notes as Dm7 (F, D, A, C).
the sixth note in the F scale is D, not G.


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chords transcribed by Shiroh KOUCHI (wildside@mx21.tiki.ne.jp)
http://ww21.tiki.ne.jp/~wildside/
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