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Bob Dylan - You're No Good Album: Bob Dylan (1962) Tab by Hoodman Blind I figured out how to play this cause it's one of my all-time favorite Dylan songs (even though it's actually by Jesse Fuller). I'm fairly confident in the accuracy. For C/Em what I do is play a normal C then move from the third to second fret on the A-string. G/Bm is the same but on the low E-string. You don't have to do these. (Intro:) C F C G C F C/Em A7 Well I don't know why I love you like I do D G C Nobody in the world can get along with you C F C/Em A7 You got the ways of a devil sleepin' in a lion's den D G C I come home last night, you wouldn't even let me in E F Well sometimes you're as sweet as anybody wanna be D G (let ring) When you get a crazy notion, jumping all over me C F C/Em A7 Well you gimme the blues, I guess you're satisfied D G C And you gimme the blues, I wanna lay down and die (Harmonica solo, basically same as the rest of the song but done in a different key:) G-C-G/Bm-E7 A-D-G B-C-A-D
G-C-G/Bm-E7 A-D-G C F C/Em A7 I helped you when you had no shoes on your feet, pretty mama D G C I helped you when you had no food to eat C F C/Em A7 You're the kind of woman I just don't understand D G C You're takin' all my money, give it to another man E F Well you're the kinda woman that makes a man lose his brain D G (let ring) You're the kinda woman, drives a man insane C F C/Em A7 Well you gimme the blues, I guess you're satisfied D G C/Em A7 Yeah, you gimme the blues, I wanna lay down and die D G C C/Em G C Yeah, you gimme the blues, I wanna lay down and die Yeah, it sounds like he plays G real quick there at the end, so I threw it in. You don't really need it (or the C/Em) though.