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A Must To Avoid:Herman's Hermits.
#6 UK and #8 USA in 1965.

INTRO:/CHORUS:
E     A E              B                 E
She's a must to avoid, a complete impossibility,
E     A E                     F#m          B  F#m  B
She's a must to avoid, better take it from me.

#1.
       E             A            E    A
You'll think she's a prize at the start.
    E       A               E    A
But take my advice, play it smart.
      C#m          G#m            A              E
She's nothin' but trouble, better cut out on the double,
F#                         B
before she gets into your heart.

CHORUS:
E     A E              B                 E
She's a must to avoid, a complete impossibility,
E     A E                     F#m          B  F#m  B
She's a must to avoid, better take it from me.

#2.
B        E              A           E   A
When you stare into her pretty blue eyes,
           E      A               E         A
there's no way to see through her disguise.
    C#m          G#m                     A       E
But don't try to love her, 'cause you'll quickly discover..
       F#                        B
You're trapped in the web of her lies.

CHORUS:
E     A E              B                 E
She's a must to avoid, a complete impossibility,
E     A E                     F#m          B  F#m  B
She's a must to avoid, better take it from me.

#3.
B   E         A              E    A
Her lips look inviting, it's true.
        E               A             E  A             
Lots of other guys have felt like you do.
       C#m          G#m                  A            E
She'll build up you hopes, just when you need her the most..
F#                                 B
that's when she'll say goodbye to you.

OUTRO:
F     Bb F              C                 F
She's a  must to avoid, a complete impossibility,
F     Bb F                     Gm           C  Gm  C
She's a  must to avoid, better take it from me.


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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Tom Hogg 10 Oct 18, 2015 09:11 AM

Hey KK,

Another great 60's song from Herman's Hermits. Thank you !

I have a chord progression change for the first line of the chorus I would like your opinion on. What do you think?

C F C F C F C G
She's a must to avoid, a complete impossibility

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Kraziekhat 64,745 Oct 18, 2015 11:08 PM

You're welcome, Tom. But I'm not just sure what you're asking me.
The song is in key of E.
I played it through a few times and can't find anything wrong
with it.
But since you are usually right, I checked with a friend of mine who
is an ACE guitar player, and he said it's good the way I have it.
Could you elaborate a bit more?? Thanks. KK.

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talawson22 10 Sep 26, 2017 08:03 PM

Hello. Just wanted to say thanks for getting this tune figured out. I think you need one addition, however. Looking at the first line, you need to make that measure of B a shared measure of F#m and B. You can hear the minor chord for two beats when you listen to the recording. So, that change needs to be made in every first line of the chorus.

And, to be even closer to the recording, play the last B chord of the third verse ("you")for four beats, then play a C chord for four beats, and then go to the outro as you have it. That C chord allows for the modulation of the outro to sound more natural. (Don't forget to make the four beats of C in the first line of the outro a shared measure of Gm and C, two beats each).

Turtle

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