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I Dont Have To Sing The Blues chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

ARTIST: Grand Funk Railroad
SONG: I Don't Have To Sing The Blues
ALBUM: Closer To Home, 1970
FROM: Lukas Lechner, Woergl, Austria
E-MAIL: luggi69@web.de
DATE: Sep 06 2001

I DON'T HAVE TO SING THE BLUES
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writtten by Mark Farner


Intro:
(play A-barre on 5th fret and then
 play by lifting your pinky)

e--------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------|
G--------------------------------------|
D----------7---7-5---5-----------------|
A----7---7---7-----7---9-7-4s7---------|
E------5-------------------------------|
s...slide

4 times

Verse:    chords:  A  D A

I got this good looking woman back home,
Let me tell ya,
She cooks good and she looks good,
And she just can't do no wrong.
She cooks my combread in the morning,
She's my dinner and my midnight snack,
She sits up and she begs,
And she even rolls over on her back.

Bridge:

Em				 C
Please don't tell me that's the way that it goes
      Bb                  A
Cause I tried hard and I know
Em			C
I ain't been playin' in your back yard,
      Bb		      A
Cause I got my baby and she loves me so.

intro riff again

Verse:
She don't treat me mean and she
loves my machine, yeah.
I dig her cause she's funky and she
sure keeps it clean, yeah.
I'm a loafer she's my chauffeur
and she sure likes to drive me, ah ha.
I lay my life on the line and she steps
up right beside me, yeah.

Bridge

intro riff again

leads

A D A  A E A   (?) over following:

I don't have to sing the blues no more
A girl like mine is hard to find for sure
She lays it on me each and every night
She's my pleasure and world's delight


D A G A  3 times
D A G A D7

Yes you're right, I love Grand Funk...!

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Corrections, questions, comments and suggestions are    |
always welcome, just mail me!			        |
________________________________________________________|
"Won't you tell me, where have all the good times gone?"|
		-Ray Davies, 1965			|
________________________________________________________|
"...enjoy a time when rock was still about making music |
for fun, not money for corporations."			|
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ShortCoach7902 10 Jul 03, 2017 09:47 AM

Thanks, Lukas. I love GFR also - great memories. Appreciate your contribution - looking for Black Licorice.

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