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I Want A Little Girl Chords

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I want a little girl 
By:  Murray Mencher and Billy Moll
Performed by:  Eric Clapton
Tabbed by: Shasta007


G#     (see Note B)        Cm7b5
I want a little girl, to call my own.
C#m                             C#m7  
She must be someone, whose all alone now.
G#7   F#7              F7   Bb          D#      F7  Bb D# E D#   (G# Blues fill)
Say, I want a little girl, to fall in love with me, oh yeah.

G#                         Cm7b5
I want a little girl, she may not look
C#m                                         C#m7  
Just like the picture, a picture, in the story book.
G#7   F#7          F7    Bb         D#                F7  Bb D# E D#  (G# Blues fill)
If she can cook chicken, yeah yeah, she suits me to a T.

G#                Cm7b5             D#9   D9      C#9
She dont have to wave her hair, (AHH , AHH , AHH , AHH)

C#m                  C#m7    C#9     C9  B9   Bb9
Or even wear fancy clothes (AHH , AHH , AHH, AHH) 
Bb             G#mb5     D#               E     D#    (G# Blues fill)
I wouldnt even care, if she didnt where nylon hose!!!

G#                         Cm7b5                  (adlib G# Blues lick after every line)
I want a little girl, who loves me a lot
C#m                                       C#m7
You know that I would give her, everything that I got

G#7   F#7              F7   Bb          D#      G#  A G#      
Say, I want a little girl, to fall in love with me

Riff notes; I recommend G# Blues in the forth position, 
Begin the lick on 1st or 7th degree (maybe on the 4th), 
make sure to fill with 1,4, 5 and 7 degree notes 
and end on root or 5th depending on the verse. 

Note B:  You can add harmonic motion by adding a slide one half step 
to A or A9 then back to the original chord (in this case G# or G#9).
I you choose the G#9 find a position not to far up the neck. . .I 
find that it is not as warm in terms of base.   


Notes:
This by no means is the exact guitar version as played by Andy F.Low.  
Most of the chords are presented by their quality; therefore, I have omitted 
flattened / sharpened 5th, 7th  and 9th chord voicings.  Although I believe 
that this version is 95%, there is definitely room for improvement and personal 
additions.  I just want to thank all of you that post;   you definitely have 
made my life more enjoyable with your hard work and selflessness.  
I really hope this version brings you a lot of applause and truck loads of 
shits and giggles.
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