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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
 <9208261347.10521@mundil.cs.mu.OZ.AU>
To: jamesb@nevada.edu
Subject: "Whatever Happenned To Saturday Night" - Rocky Horror Picture Show

Hi,

Here are (as promised) the lyrics and chords to :

	"Whatever Happenned To Saturday Night"/"Hot Patootie (Bless My Soul)"

I got the lyrics from cs.uwp.edu (though I edited them a little) and
worked the chords out mostly by just playing my guitar like a bass along
with the CD - I hope they're correct! The sax solo part is good to muck
around with - just play something in C# and then later in D over the
top of the last 8 "Hot Patootie"s.

The version of the song that I worked this out from was on :

	"The Rocky Horror Pictur Show" Soundtrack CD
	(Music from the original soundtrack of the
	20th century fox presentation of the Michael
	White/Lou Adler Production)

In my opinion this is the best version of the "Show" with the fab Tim Curry
- not to mention a foxy Susan Sarandon!

COMING SOON : "Sweet Transvestite"

*** Original Musical Play, Music and Lyrics by RICHARD O'BRIEN ***

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WHATEVER HAPPENNED TO SATURDAY NIGHT / HOT PATOOTIE (BLESS MY SOUL)

( Eddie )

( Intro : C#                   A# )
(         C#                   A# )

C#                   A#
Whatever happened to Saturday night,
C#                                A#
When you dressed up sharp and you felt alright?
F#                           G#
It don't seem the same since cosmic light
F#                   G#
Came into my life, I thought I was divine.

C#                             A#
I used to go for a ride with a chick who'd go,
C#                             A#
And listen to the music on the radio;
F#                           G#
A saxophone was playing in a rock 'n roll show.
F#                            G#
You climbed in the back seat, you really had a good time.

C#            D#             F#                 C#
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
C#            D#             F#                 C#
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
C#            D#             F#                 C#
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
C#            D#             F#                 C#
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.

( Sax solo : C#            D#             F#                 C# )
(            C#            D#             F#                 C# )

( Middle break : F# C#   F# C# )

C#                            A#
My head used to swim from the perfume I smelled.
C#                                A#
My hands kind of fumbled with her white plastic belt.
F#                               G#
I'd taste her baby pink lipstick and that's when I'd melt
F#                                  G#
And she'd whisper in my ear tonight she really was mine.

C#                     A#
Get back in front, put some hair oil on
C#                          A#
Buddy Holly was singing his very last song.
F#                                           G#
With your arms around your girl you'd try to sing along.
F#                       G#
It felt pretty good. Woo You really had a good time.

C#            D#             F#                 C#
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
C#            D#             F#                 C#
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
C#            D#             F#                 C#
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
C#            D#             F#                 C#
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.

( Sax solo : C#            D#             F#                 C# )
(            C#            D#             F#                 C# )

( Sax solo continues over chorus... )

D	      E              G                  D
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
D	      E              G                  D
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
D	      E              G                  D
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
D	      E              G                  D
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
D	      E              G                  D
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
D	      E              G                  D
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
D	      E              G                  D
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.
D	      E              G                  D
Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock 'n roll.

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Any comments/corrections/complaints accepted!
Transcribed from CD by Chris Milton.
26/8/92

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I Chris Milton.                   email address : crmilton@mundil.cs.mu.oz.au I
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I  "I am so amazingly cool you could keep a side of meat in me for a month.   I
I            I am so hip I have difficulty seeing over my pelvis."            I
I                                                         - Zaphod Beeblebrox I
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claux23 10 Jan 30, 2010 07:09 AM

I find that putting a capo on fret one makes this song easier to play.

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downedaviator 10 Feb 23, 2015 03:12 AM

@claux23 OOps!I meant to vote your comment up, not down. Digit slip. Sorry!!! Don't know how to change it.

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