Song: Planes

Band: Elton John
Composed By: Bernie Taupin, Elton John

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																				  I found this tab and I completed some missing chords... It's a simple but beautiful
song, the lyrics makes me think about life... well, here it is...
(Thanks for the one who tried before)...

Chords:

C - x32010
D - xx0232
D7 - xx0212
Em - 022000
Eb - xx5343
F - 133211
G - 320033
G/D - xx0003
G/E - 020033
G/F - 120033
G/B - x20033
Am - x02210
Bm - x24432



    

The stuff:

G, Am, C, G/B, Em, D, G/D, D


G                     Am 
Oh, Jessie I'd like to be   
C            D    G/D        G   C Am C

One of those men upon the screen  
G                          C    G/B  D7 
With an elegant lady and a cafe in Paris  
Am G/B  C          D     G/D     G   C Am C  
Serving Pernot and Kalua with cream  

G                Am 
You can see it I know  
C                  D           G/D   G    C Am C

All the doors have been closed in my face  
G                     C G/B D7  
And the drinks at the Casbah  
Am G/B C      D    G/D       G  
Run a mile or more from this place  

    Bm                   Em
And oh, Jessie won't you look at the planes  
       Bm                 Em 
Tell me, oh Jessie, is it true what they say  
               Eb               G 
That there's a capital G in the name of the game  
        Em                     F          D 
And the runway's a home for my silver-red plane  

    C   D                     G       C

And oh, won't you look at the planes    
D                G 
Riding down the skyway
C                  D 
Jessie ain't those wings just fine  
G        G/F      G/E   G/D Am D  
Don't it make you want to fly someday  

G, Am, C, G/B, Em, D, G/D, D


G                   Am 
Why friend am I so still  
C          G/D           G       C Am C

Tied to my job with time to kill  
G                                 C     G/B   D7 
Do I still bear the traces of old Don Quixote  
Am G/B  C          D   G/D  G  
Tilting giants on imaginary hills

    Bm                   Em
And oh, Jessie won't you look at the planes  
       Bm                 Em 
Tell me, oh Jessie, is it true what they say  
               Eb               G 
That there's a capital G in the name of the game  
        Em                     F          D 
And the runway's a home for my silver-red plane

    C   D                     G       C

And oh, won't you look at the planes    
D                G 
Riding down the skyway
C                  D 
Jessie ain't those wings just fine  
G        G/F      G/E   G/D Am D  
Don't it make you want to fly someday

G, Am, C, G/B, Em, D, G/D, D

G, D, G/D, G

  And it's all... this song uses quick chord changes, but if you listen to the song
carefully you'll get'em for sure... problems, emails to s.chapuisat@bol.com.br... see you...

View Just Lyrics...

Oh Jessie I'd like to be
One of those men upon the screen
With an elegant lady and a cafe in Paris
Serving Pernot and Kalua with cream

You can see it I know
All the doors have been closed in my face
And the drinks at the Casbah
Run a mile or more from this place

And oh Jessie won't you look at the planes
Tell me, oh Jessie, is it true what they
That there's a capital G in the name of the game
And the runway's a home for my silver-red plane

And won't you look at the planes
Riding down the skyway
Jessie ain't those wings just fine
Don't it make you want to fly someday

Why friend am I so still
Tied to my job with time to kill
Do I still bear the traces of old Don Quixote
Tilting giants on imaginary hills

View Albums that This Song Appears On...

  • Rock of the Westies

    Genre: Pop/Rock Label: Island/Def Jam / Rocket Group Pty LTD / Universal Song Duration on Album: 4:31 Album Duration: 43:33

    Release Date: October, 1975

    Moods: Bright, Carefree, Celebratory, Circular, Light, Lively, Playful, Amiable/Good-Natured, Happy, Innocent, Uplifting, Warm, Fun, Messy, Rollicking, Rousing, Silly, Summery

    Styles: Album Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Soft Rock, Rock & Roll

    Themes: At the Beach, Day Driving, TGIF, Summer

  • Rare Masters

    Genre: Pop/Rock Label: Cobalt Helladisc Song Duration on Album: 4:15 Album Duration: 02:25:04

    Release Date: October 20, 1992

    Moods: Wistful, Brash, Fun, Nocturnal, Playful, Freewheeling, Gentle, Intimate, Laid-Back/Mellow, Poignant, Reflective, Rollicking, Rousing, Sentimental

    Styles: Album Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll, Singer/Songwriter, Soft Rock

    Themes: Introspection, Rainy Day, Reflection

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