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Aint She Sweet Chords

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Ain't She Sweet - Beatles arrangement
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Chords/Tab by Rockcru

No claim is made with respect to the music or lyrics, as such
rights belong to the original recording artists.


Chord Forms

   E   Eaddb9   B     G#7    C#7    F#7    B7    B7*
E|--0-----0--------7--------4-------4--------2------2------0----| 
B|--0-----0--------7--------4-------6--------2------4------0----| 
G|--1-----1--------8--------5-------4--------3------2------2----|  
D|--2-----3--------9--------4-------6--------2------4------1----|
A|--2-----2--------9--------6-------4--------4------2------2----| 
E|--0-----0--------7--------4-------x--------2------------------|


Intro  B7* 

   E       Eaddb9  B           
Oh ain't  she    sweet, 
             E       Eaddb9     B             
well see her walking down that street. 

    E         G#7       C#7     
Yes I ask you very confidentially: 

F#7    B7    E      B7*
ain't she sweet? 


   E       Eaddb9  B           
Oh ain't she nice, 
          E   Eaddb9        B             
well look her over once or twice. 
   E      G#7       C#7     
Yes I ask you very confidentially: 
 F#7   B7    E      
ain't she nice? 


             A
Just cast an eye 
        E
in her direction. 
        A 
Oh me oh my, 
           B7*
ain't that perfection? 


   E     Eaddb9  B           
Oh I       repeat 
            E     Eaddb9        B             
well don't you think that's kind of neat? 
    E         G#7       C#7     
Yes I ask you very confidentially: 
 F#7   B7    E      
ain't she sweet? 

Solo
A    E    A    B7*

(repeat Chord Forms respectively)

Oh ain't she sweet, 
well see her walking down that street. 
Well I ask you very confidentially: 
ain't she sweet? 

Oh ain't that nice, 
well look it over once or twice. 
Yes I ask you very confidentially: 
ain't she nice? 

Just cast an eye 
in her direction. 
Oh me oh my, 
ain't that perfection? 

Oh I repeat 
well don't you think that's kind of neat? 
Yes I ask you very confidentially: 
ain't she sweet? 

Oh ain't she sweet, 
well see her walking down that street. 
Well I ask you very confidentially: 
ain't she sweet? 
Well I ask you very confidentially: 
ain't she sweet?
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Dairybeat wrote on October 7 2010, 08:56 am

To start a verse with: E6-Eb6-B7 sounds a lot better...

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adriaticoboy wrote on November 2 2013, 04:47 am

You're almost correct Dairybeat, the second chord is actually a Edim7.
So it goes like this:

____E6____Edim7___B7
E|--0-----0-------2-----|
B|--2-----2-------0-----|
G|--1-----0-------2-----|
D|--2-----2-------1-----|
A|--2-----1-------2-----|
E|--0-----0-------x-----|

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Rockcru wrote on November 8 2013, 07:39 am

This sounds right. Thanks!

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