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Jump Jive And Wail Chords

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The Brian Setzer Orchestra

Intro:
A#

Verse 1:
A# 
Baby, baby it looks like it's gonna hail
D#                                   A#
Baby, baby it' looks like it's gonna hail
F
You better come inside
F                              A#
Let me teach you how to jive and wail

Chorus 1:

A#
You gotta jump, jive, and then you wail
A#
You gotta jump, jive, and then you wail
D#
You gotta jump, jive, and then you wail
A#
You gotta jump, jive, and then you wail
F                     D#               A#
You gotta jump, jive, and then you wail away!

Saxophone solo:

A#
A#
D#
A#
F A#

Verse 1:

Papa's in the icebox lookin' for a can of ale
Papa's in the icebox lookin' for a can of ale
Mama's in the backyard learning how to jive and wail

(chorus1)

Guitar solo:
A#
A#
D#
A#
F A#

Verse 1:

A woman is a woman and a man ain't nothin' but a male
A woman is a woman and a man ain't nothin' but a male
One good thing about him
He knows how to jive and wail

Verse 2:

B
Jack and jill went up the hill to get a pail
E                                       B
Jack and jill went up the hill to get a pail
F#                                                 B
Jill stayed up, she wants to learn how to jive and wail

chorus 2:

B
You gotta jump, jive, and then you wail
B
You gotta jump, jive, and then you wail
E
You gotta jump, jive, and then you wail
B
You gotta jump, jive, and then you wail
F#                     E               B
You gotta jump, jive, and then you wail away!
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EdwardoWinter wrote on August 11 2015, 06:49 pm, edited at 08:14 pm

Good/close

It's a Classic 12 Bar Blues in A# (nice key for the Sax players)
So, one Bar of each (2 bars per line):

A# A#
A# A#
D# D#
A# A#
F7 D#
A# F7 or A#

Plus, the classic 'Gear change' in Ver 2 where you shift everything up by a semi-tone/fret

Also: Give the original Ver a listening too - by Louis Prima featuring Keely Smith with Sam Butera

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joshziemann wrote on April 11 2016, 01:33 pm

Enharmonic spelling anyone? This is just Bb blues...A# just makes it more complicated than it needs to be.

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