I was listening to the song "go all the way raspberries" in "Dark Shadows." I sorta figured out the song by ear on my guitar and I was a little confused. It is in the key of A and uses D minor. Here's the chorus I found on guitaretab.com:
A F#m D C#m Bm Please (baby) go all the way E C#m F# It feels so right (feels so right) Bm Dm E Being with you here tonight A F#m D C#m Bm Please (baby) go all the way E C#m F# Just hold me close (hold me close) Bm Dm [1: G6 2, 3: E] Don't ever let me go (don't let me go)
What is the effect of a minor subdominant in a major key? Is it a abrupt key change, modulation, something else? I don't get it, but it's really cool
Thanks for any insight.