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Old 04-01-2012, 05:33 PM
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Originally Posted by sherif_shaaban
Hi all .... I was trying to figure out the chords of Bobby Vinton's song "Mr. Lonely". It's - I think - in B Mixolydian (5th mode of E major). The confusing part was (sorry if the lyrics are not perfect):

Now I'm a soldier,
a lonely soldier
away from home,
through no wish of my own

Am does not belong to E major key, but it sounds very good. Is there a 'rule' for using out-of-key chords?

Thanks a lot......

[Edited by sherif_shaaban on 04-01-2001 at 06:19 AM]

It would be great to know what is the chord after the Am.
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