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C'mon Everybody:Eddie Cochran.
Top of the charts in 1958. Cochrane
died in a car crash in London, UK, in
1960. He was only 21 years old.


#1.
      D
Well, c'mon everybody and let's get together tonight.

I got some money in my jeans and I'm really gonna

spend it right.
             G                 A
Well, I been doin' my homework all week long,
        G                  A
now the house is empty the folks are gone.
D      G     A                D G A G D(x2)
Wooo.. C'mon everybody.


#2.
D
Well, my baby's number one but I'm gonna dance

with three or four.

And the house'll be shakin' from the bare feet

slapping on the floor.
         G                  A
When you hear the music you can't sit still,
        G                            A
If your brother won't rock then your sister will.
D      G     A             D G A G D(x2)
Wooo.. C'mon everybody.


#3.
D
Hell, we'll really have a party but we gotta

put a guard outside.

If the folks come home I'm afraid they gonna 

have my hide.
            G                    A
There'll be no more movies for a week or two,
G                               A
No more runnin' 'round with the usual crew,
D           G     A
Who cares.. C'mon everybody... D G A G D (x2)


REPEAT#3.

A fabulous fifties hit from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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TheFishMan92 10 Nov 04, 2008 03:59 PM

The song ain't played like this. It's E, A and B7 in place of D, G and A. A whole step up. Cheers for the lyrics though.

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TheFishMan92 10 Nov 04, 2008 04:00 PM

Also to try and get the sound you can slide into the E chord. Sorry for double post.

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Kraziekhat 64,745 Feb 23, 2014 10:34 PM

I've always played it in D with my band
because that's the key in which I sing it.
Sorry for any confusion. KK.

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