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John Lee and his guitar, half step down.  Straight up, 1959.

Intro:

D#---------------------|----------------------|----------------------|
A#---------------------|----------------------|----------------------|
F#---------------------|----------------------|----------------------|
C#---------------------|----------------------|----------------------|
G#------------22---44--|------------22---44---|-------------22---44--|
D#----0---44-----------|---00---44------------|---00---44------------|

D#---------------------|----------------------|----------------------|
A#---------------------|----------------------|----------------------|
F#---------------------|----------------------|----------------------|
C#---------------------|------44---66----44---|------22---44----22---|
G#---5--------22---44--|-55---------------0---|-55-------------------|
D#---00---44-----------|-0--------------------|-0--------------------|

D#---------------------|------------------0-0-|
A#---------------------|------------------0-0-|
F#---------------------|------------------1-1-|
C#---------------------|--0---------------2-2-|
G#------------22---44--|--0---0---1---2---2-2-|
D#---00---44-----------|------------------0-0-|


This song only has really one chord, So the way you play it is important.
The first stroke is down and muted, the second is up (dont mute this.)

E:

D#----------0------------|
A#----------0------------|
F#----1-----1------------|
C#----2------------------|
G#----2------------------|
D#----0------------------|

That one chord is the most of the song, but there are a few add-ins which John Lee uses 
spice it up a bit.

1.


D#----------0------------|
A#----------0------------|
F#----------1------------|
C#-----------------------|
G#-----------------------|
D#----0(*)---------------|

* - put your pick under the string and pull up as hard as you can, gets a real 
sound too it.  Gotta love John Lee.

2.


D#----------0------------|
A#----------0------------|
F#---0h1----1------------|
C#-----------------------|
G#-----------------------|
D#-----------------------|

h - hammer on

Note:  To get this playing pattern down you need to listen to the song a few times, and 
will get it.  takes some practice, as I am still learning this myself, but it gets 
as you go.  Good Luck, have fun.

            
            
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