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Sue Me Sue You Blues Chords

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E B E G# B E
Artist: George Harrison
Song:   Sue Me, Sue You Blues
Album:  Living In The Material World (1973)
URL's:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sue_Me,_Sue_You_Blues
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2JIexhpMNs
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qeMnRVHZf0
Tempo:  4|4
Style:  Square-Dance Calls set to a Blues Ballad
Tuning: Open E (EBEAbBE)


Chords
        654321 = EBEAbBe (Actual)
E7:     000030
A:      555555
G:      333333
E:      000000
D:      X3213X or 101010101010(preferred)
C:      888888
F#7:    XX2220
F#9:    XX2020


INTRO: 
|E7 |E7 |E7 |E7 |


VERSE 1:
A
You serve me and I'll serve you,
                         G       E
Swing your partners, all get screwed.
A
Bring your lawyer and I'll bring mine,
                           G       E7
Get together, and we could have a bad time.       


VERSE 2:
A
It's affidavit swearing time,
               G      E
Sign it on the dotted line.
A
Hold your Bible in your hand,
                                G           E7
Now all that's left, is to find yourself a new band.


CHORUS 1:
N.C.                 D   A   C   G   F#7  
We're gonna play the sue me, sue you blues.
N.C.                 D   A   C   G   F#9 
We're gonna play the sue me, sue you blues.


INSTRUMENTAL 1:(Slide Guitar Over)
|A |A |A |A    |
|A |A |A |G  E |
|A |A |A |A    |
|A |A |A |G E7 |

 
CHORUS 2:
N.C.                 D   A   C   G   F#7  
We're gonna play the sue me, sue you blues.
N.C.                 D   A   C   G   F#9 
We're gonna play the sue me, sue you blues.


VERSE 2:
A
Hold the block on money flow,
             G     E
Move it into joint escrow.
A
Court receiver, laughs and thrills,
                                         E7
But in the end, we just pay those lawyers their bills.


VERSE 3:
A
When you serve me and I'll serve you,
                          G     E
Swing your partners, all get screwed.
A
Bring your lawyer and I'll bring mine,
                           G      E7
Get together and we could have a bad time.
 

CHORUS 3:
N.C.                 D   A   C   G   F#7  
We're gonna play the sue me, sue you blues.
N.C.                 D   A   C   G   F#9 
We're gonna play the sue me, sue you blues.


CHORUS 4:
N.C.                 D   A   C   G   F#7  
We're gonna play the sue me, sue you blues.
N.C.                 D   A   C   G   F#9 
I'm tired of playin' the sue me, sue you blues.


INSTRUMENTAL REFRAIN 1:(Slide Guitar Over)
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#7 |  
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#9 |


INSTRUMENTAL 3:(Slide Guitar Over)
|A |A |A |A    |
|A |A |A |G  E |
|A |A |A |A    |
|A |A |A |G E7 |


INSTRUMENTAL REFRAIN 2:(Slide Guitar Over)
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#7 |  
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#9 |


INSTRUMENTAL REFRAIN 3:(Slide Guitar Over)
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#7 |  
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#9 |


INSTRUMENTAL REFRAIN 4:(Slide Guitar Over)
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#7 |  
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#9 |


INSTRUMENTAL REFRAIN 5:(Slide Guitar Over)
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#7 |  
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#9 |


INSTRUMENTAL CODA:(Slide Guitar Over) [Fade Out]
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#7 |  
|N.C.  D|A   C   G   F#9 |


[End]


Notes.
1. An early demo of the song exists and clearly reveals the 'Open E' tuning. 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qeMnRVHZf0
2. Regarding the song's square-dance theme, [Leng] suggests that folk dancing's 
cycle of about-turns and to-and-fro movement reminded Harrison of the Beatles' 
"seemingly endless, and pointless, legal orbits around one another" in the early 
70's.
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