this way at the conservatory in Germany. This is how to read it: * Capital letters are Major Chords, * the other ones are Minor. * The H chord is more common as B. So E.G. F means Fm, C is still C, B is Bm and B would be Bbm (although I never use it :) ...) Any questions, comments or corrections to email@example.com =============================================================================== This song is from the German movie 'Solo Sunny'. R. Dobberschuetz: Solo Sunny ============================== A F 1. Blue - the dawn is growing blue A a dream is coming true G E when you will come away A some sweet day. A F Red - the sun is rising red D and all my love you'll get C D E E/D E/C when you will come and stay E A G someday. A G F G R: Let me sing that song A C of the golden girls F E and the men so strong - A G F | A G F 1. merry old song. | 2. sad old song. A G F G When ev'rybody else is gone A C of the golden girls F E and the men so strong - A G F that old song. A F 2. Green - the grass is growing green A and in my dreams I've seen G E a snag nest in the height A some sweet day. A F White - the sort of tears is white D and black's my lonely night C D E E/D E/C when you will go away E A G someday. A G R: When... A F A G E A 3. (4 Zeilen ohne Text) A F Blue and red and white and green D and ev'ry you between - C D E E/D E/C "She's Sunny" they will say E A someday.