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You Got It Chords

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You Got it - Roy Orbison
(AR, rev 3)

Into : [ A G D  ] x2

Verse 1:
A                   G       D      A  G D  
Every time I look, into your lovely eyes,
A                  G     D           E G
I see a love, that money just can't buy.
     A          F#m    C#m    E    
One look, from you, I drift away,
   A          F#m      C#m    E
I pray, that you, are here to stay.

Chorus:
A  C#m       F#m       D       A  C#m       F#m       D
Anything you want, you got it  Anything you need, you got it
A  C#m      F#m      D       A  E
Anything at all, you got it, baby      ... 

Verse 2:
A                         G      D    A    G D  
Every time I hold you, I begin to understand,
A                     G        D        E  G
Everything about you, tells me I'm your man.
    A        F#m      C#m      E      
I live, my life, to be, with you,
   A        F#m     C#m         E
No one, can do, the things, you do.

[Chorus] 

E ... extended                  .....                           ....
anything you want (you got it), anything you need (you got it), anything at all

[Chorus] no words (instrumental) ...    

Bridge                        
    A        F#m      C#m      E      A         F#m       C#m   E
I'm glad, to give, my love, to you. I know, you feel, the way I do


[Chorus - x2]

E            A
baby...  You got it
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valleywoman 10 Mar 28, 2013 08:09 PM

I think this is a good version of this song but I do believe that all of the E minors, in the chorus only, should be E7ths.

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maguri [tm] 28,507 Jun 01, 2013 09:08 AM

As I hear it, the C#m in the chorus should be major chords: C# or C#7.
The rest is OK!

Wrong artist, though - this has never been released by the Traveling Wilburys as far as I know (even though Lynne, Petty and maybe even Harrison took part in recording it) but was released as a Roy Orbison solo song.

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