In The Killers' song "When You Were Young" the chord progression goes like:

E - F# - G#m - B - E

Here's a link to it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkkE7yDXr6g

Do you hear E: I - V of V - iii - V - I or B: IV- V- vi - I - vi
I really leaning towards E being the tonic and there being a mini-deceptive cadence at the V of V (a dominant moving to the superdominant [V - vi], if that makes sense to you), I just wanted someone else's opinion.

Edit: sorry yeah, it's G#m. I can't believe I didn't catch that. Thanks
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Last edited by sharpiemarker at Dec 2, 2008,