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Having A Party Chords

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Subject: c/cooke_sam/having_a_party.crd

HAVING A PARTY
Written and performed by Sam Cooke

A
1 / / / 2 / / / 3 / / / 4 / / / 5
Verse 1:
                     F#m
We're havin' a party,   Dancin' to the music
A                F#m
 Played by the DJ   on the radio
A                             F#m
 The Coke's out in the icebox,   popcorn's on the table
A          D    E7               A
 Me and my baby,  we're out here on the floor

Chorus:
                F#m
So Mr., Mr. DJ, keep those records playin'
           A             D         E7              A
'Cause I'm havin' such a good time dancin' with my baby

Verse 2:
Everybody's swingin; Sally's doin' the twist now
If you take requests, I've got a few for you
Play that song called "Soul Twist," play that song called
   "I Know"
Don't forget "The Mash Potato," no other songs will do

(chorus)

(Repeat and fade; same pattern as verses):
We're havin' a party; everybody's swingin'
Dancin' to the music on the radio
We're havin' a party; everybody's swingin'
Dancin' to the music on the radio
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RoganKyger wrote on September 30 2008, 05:34 pm

Yeah, nice one. He likes using those chords doesn't he? Very similar to 'Twistin The Night Away'. I find that it sounds more in the key of the CD if you play with a capo on 1.

Jx

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Kraziekhat wrote on June 30 2010, 04:44 am

Yes. The key is A#. KK.

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