Tim Buckley wrote this: F Major (7?), to B-flat Maj. 9 chord (which can be thought of as a combination , amalgam of B-flat Major + F Major triads) think in terms of stacked thirds, a series of 3rds, extending down to B-flat, and D, and F , A , C (not 'E'?) then, 'g' minor up to B-flat Major (simple triads) and back to F Major (and B-flat Maj. 7/9 chord of verse) (pair of chords again) Bridge: C Major. , B-flat Major, a minor (or is that F Major? -- either 'E' or 'F' in there -- 'A' and 'C' are common to both triad-chords) then back to the familiar B-flat Maj. 9 chord.
see "Bouton Rouge" TV Show, France, April 27 1968 G Major (7? -- which would mean F#, a black key) to: C Major 9 (C Major + e minor + G Major triads ) then: a minor drop the 'A' to a 'G' making ... C Major in 2nd inversion (G at bottom of voicing) "fleeting hands" is on G Major. BRIDGE: D Major downt to C Major ? G Maj. ? to ? e minor 7 (includes G Maj. ) , which, if inverted once is G Maj. 6 "fleeting house" Richard Thompson takes a guitar solo (guitar break) over chords:
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