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High Heel Sneakers Chords

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High Heel Sneakers:Johnny Rivers.
Album - Johnny Rivers 'Here We A-Go-Go
Again - #38 on BB Hot 200 on IMPERIAL
Records in 1964.


INTRO: E

#1.
E
Put on your red dress, baby, you know we're

goin' out tonight.
            A
Put on your red dress, baby, lawd, we're
            E
goin' out tonight.
                 B
You better bring along some boxing gloves,
A                             E
in case some fool might wanna fight.


#2.
E
Put on your hi-heel sneakers, honey, wear your 

wig hat on your head.
            A
Put on your hi-heel sneakers, child, wear your
                E
wig hat on your head.
                B                          A
You know you’re lookin’ mighty fine, baby, I'm
       E                          E
pretty sure you're gonna knock 'em dead.



INTERLUDE: E A E B A E


#3.
E
Put on your red dress, baby, you know we're

goin' out tonight.
            A
Put on your red dress, baby, lawd, we're
            E
goin' out tonight.
                 B
You better bring along some boxing gloves,
A                             E
in case some fool might wanna fight.


#4.
E
Put on your hi-heel sneakers, honey, wear your 

wig hat on your head.
            A
Put on your hi-heel sneakers, child, wear your
                E
wig hat on your head.
                B                          A
You know you’re lookin’ mighty fine, baby, I'm
                                   E
pretty sure you're gonna knock 'em dead.



OUTRO: E A E B A E..(Fade.)





A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.

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thecitychicken2 20 Jan 29, 2017 08:20 PM

The version I first heard was the Stevie Wonder version. I also would use E7, A and B7. The classic blues progression.

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Kraziekhat 63,475 Jan 30, 2017 04:55 AM

thecitychicken2:There are many, many versions of this song.
It's a blues song written and recorded by Tommy Tucker in 1963.
Elvis P. did a cover as well as Jerry Lee Lewis.
Thanks for the heads up. Can't remember why I used an E minor.
Anyway, it's changed to E. KK.

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