April 8, 2013

Namkoe Namkoe

As requested by one of my awesome blog viewers, so here it is....

Tuning = Standard EBGDAE
Capo = 1st fret (Not necessary)

D                   Em
Lhayue yui da dawai zamling na
    Em                   D
Nga kewa pholae thob ru dhen dha mae
    D                 Em
Nge me gi mathong mi namkoe choe
     Em                     D
Choe ga tey eep dhi yea ga nga ma shey

D              G
Namkoe namkoe namkoe
              A
Mitse nge gi namkoe choe
 A                Em
Nga choe thong ra ma thong sa
Em            A      D
Nga choe dha chea ru ga wai mo
 A                Em
Nga choe thong ra ma thong sa
Em            A      D
Nga choe dha chea ru ga wai mo

D                   Em
Lhayue yui da dawai zamling na
    Em                   D
Nga kewa pholae thob ru dhen dha mae
    D                 Em
Nge me gi mathong mi namkoe choe
     Em                     D
Choe ga tey eep dhi yea ga nga ma shey

D               G
Sacho ga tey ya jo tai
              A
Mitse nge gi namkoe choe
Nga choe thong ra ma thong sa
Em            A      D
Nga choe dha chea ru ga wai mo
 A                Em
Nga choe thong ra ma thong sa
Em            A      D
Nga choe dha chea ru ga wai mo

** I couldn't get the studio version of this song, but a cover one... 
   Hope the lyrics are the same and the tuning are in standard.

11 comments:

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  2. Bro..did u write the chords with capo attached?Despite a perfectly tuned guitar I could even get even a slight match with the guitar sound and tune of the song.Aneways thanks so much.

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  3. Ya... as I told you, I didn't have the studio version of the song.

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  4. I wish you had given me the chords made without capo...aneways..ur blog really helped me to sing some songs.

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  5. Dear Admin... Could u please give the strumming pattern for this song?
    it would be great if u could provide a strumming pattern for each song u post. Just my suggestion though! Your blog is awesome. Keep up the good work.. Cheers

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    1. I don't know how to explain this, but it really depends on you, on how you play it... as long as you change the chords on time it should do the trick... And about posting the strumming patterns for each song, I'll think about it... and thanks a lot for you visit.

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  6. Thanks for the response Admin. I would be glad if u can give the strumming pattern you use. I am just a beginner so its tough for me to play my own strums. And yeah your Blog helps a lot. Thanks once again!

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    1. So sorry for the delay, so this is the best I can do... U - Up strumming and D - Down strumming ok... So it goes like D DDUUD DUDUD... (change the chords at the last Down strum which is the first Down strum for the next cycle, its a loop) If u still have problem, I'll hook you up with a youtube video if necessary...

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    2. Sounds much better when you mute some down strokes i think.

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  7. Thank you so much admin, I m heartily grateful for your initiative. That pattern will do just fine, don't have to take extra effort in a video. Thanks once again!

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  8. I would be very happy if you can upload clips.

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