» » »

Genesis, Firth Of Fifth Chords (ver.1)

Artists:  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # 

Firth Of Fifth Chords (ver.1)

Genesis Tabs
 Rating:
4/5 (4 votes)
Firth Of Fifth lessons Tabs too difficult? Try these video lessons and learn fast
1
                #------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
FIRTH OF FIFTH -- the chords!

In B, five sharps, chords are *above* the words they belong to.

----- -- -----

B
The path is clear

A 6/9           E/G#
Though no eyes can see

B   Em/Ab            F#m7 F#m   Bsus4  B7
The course laid down long  be   fore.


E                F#m7/E (ugh!)
And so with gods and men

Bm/D              Cmaj7/D (ugh again!)
The sheep remain inside their pen,

        G                  E               Bb dim
Though many times they've seen the way to leave.

This is exactly the same as above. They're written both together, one
verse under the next.

||:
He rides majestic
Past homes of men
Who care not or gaze with joy,
To see reflected there
The trees, the sky, the lily fair,
The scene of death is lying just below.
:||

    E         A             Emaj7     A
The mountains cuts off the town from view,

        Bbm     Ebm          Bb7   Eb
Like a cancer growth is removed by skill.

       Eb/F F   G
Let it be   re  vealed.

Bb/C          Cm/F
A waterfall, his madrigal.

    E6             B
An inland sea, his symphony.

Instrumental passage before Undinal: E6 B C#m7/F# (ugh!)

B
Undinal songs

A 6/9     E/G#
Urge the sailors on

B    Em/G     Asus4   D    C#m7 F#
Till lured by sirens' cry.

No music for these verses, they're listed only as lyrics.

Now as the river dissolves in sea,
So Neptune has claimed another soul.
And so with gods and men
The sheep remain inside their pen,
Until the Shepherd leads his flock away.

The sands of time were eroded by
The river of constant change.
            
Submit corrections

comments powered by Disqus
↑ Back to top | Genesis Chords for Firth Of Fifth. Lyrics for acoustic guitar and electric guitar. 1 Tablatures and chords are parodies/interpretations of the original songs. You may use it for private study, scholarship, research or language learning purposes only