The Greatest Danger is Love chords

I can’t print the lyrics or Nickelodeon will come after me for copyright infringement.

UPDATE with tons of help from Andrew.

G             D
Penguin boy...looking for love

C             G
Falcon girl...from above.

G           D
He's into...jobs...done.

C            D          (D-D# bass run)
She'd like...hot...bun.

Em                     Em/D#      Em/D       A7
But what's...feeling...reeling... stranger...dove.

C       D        Dsus2 D
It'll...remember

C         D
As long...dismembered.

C                 D   G     Em
The greatest danger...love.

C                 D   G
The greatest danger...love.
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  1. #1 by Joshua on July 10, 2010 - 8:39 AM

    I notice this post gets popular every time this episode is scheduled to air. And I’m totally not happy with the chord progression of “reeling…stranger…dove.” I know it’s not right but I can’t find anything that sounds better. I’m sure the Em comes right before the C as kind of a connecting chord but what goes between A7 and Em after a Bm and a G?

  2. #2 by Andrew on August 15, 2010 - 9:54 AM

    The progression for the whole line (starting with “But what’s”) is:

    Em Em/D# Em/D A7

    The bass run, BTW, that occurs before this line is D D# (which leads to the Em). Also, I’m not hearing the Dsus2 chords in the recording. If anything, the piano is occasionally playing a Dsus4.

    • #3 by Joshua on August 15, 2010 - 7:14 PM

      YES! THank you! It was driving me nuts relistening to it and even trying to ID chords from the lead guitar riffs on the opening credits of the episode. I agree that I don’t *hear* the Dsus2 but at the same time, I think that without the piano, the guitar needs to express what would otherwise be only implied. Hence the Dsus2.

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