I'm a bit confused over this song Wait Until Tomorrow, by Mr Hendrix. Here's the basic chords for the 1st verse:

             A                  E                  D
Well I’m standing here freezing inside your golden garden
A                       E            D
Got my ladder leaned up against your wall
A                       E                   D
Tonight’s the night we planned to run away together
A                            E       D
Come on Dolly Mae there’s no time to stall

So the verse just has those 3 chords, but Jimi's voice changes the whole time, and if I had to listen to his voice alone I would assume there's more than just those 3 chords being played. For example, the way he sings line 2 is very different from line 3, but they still have exactly the same chords. How does this work?
Last edited by yorkey at Sep 24, 2011,
Quote by deHufter
Singing other notes that also sound good over those chords, that easy.

Yes exacly.

Its like saying you have to play a guitar solo with the exact same notes as the chord underneath it