I'm writing a song on my non-native instrument piano, and my college music theory is old enough to be failing me. The song is in the key of E, and the main melody/harmony moves while keeping an E as the bass note. So the first chord is E, made up of E, B, and G# -- just your regular major chord. The third chord in the line is an A/E, made up of E, C#, and A. The chord in between them is an E, A, and F#. What would you call that chord? It's not a D/E, because I'm not using the D note. It's not really an F#m/E, because I'm not using the C# note. I suppose it is closer to F#m/E than to D/E though just in sound. What would you write it as?