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Love Me Tenderly Chords

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It's definitely in this key, but the chords are a little off. Open to corrections, 
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F#         F#7
I might lost my leg in the war
B           C#7
What War? The War of love
F#         F#7
My girl's a real shark
B                                C#7
I'm not gonna try to uh debate it, not everybodys perfect

F#                    F#7                   B           C#7
My baby told me, "Darling if you can't get a pardon, better get a parole"
F#                    F#7                   B           C#7
I told her I'd be out by morning when the sun is down and with the money rolled
B    C#7  F#     /F          F#7
Ooh we, that gal's the gal for me
B          C#7     F#
She loves me tenderly

F#                    F#7                   B           C#7
I walked with my brand new slacks and my hair slick back down to Donny's pier
F#                    F#7                   B           C#7
Donny wants me to buy him a bottle but I blew my wallet on a chandelier
B    C#7  F#     /F          F#7
All for my loving gal Eleanor 
B          C#7     F#
who loves the elderly

B             C#7   F#     /F          F#7
A bottle of scotch A dimesack and a diamond watch
B          C#7     F#
Wouldn't you like that
B             C#7   F#     /F          F#7
A bottle of gin A typewriter and a violin
B          C#7     F#
Wouldn't you like that

(piano part)
F#                    F#7        B                                   C#7
Whoa! James Felice on the piano. Real talent. Alright Jimmy that's enough let's wrap it up.

B             C#7   F#     /F          F#7
Ooh we, that gal's the gal for me
B          C#7     F#
She loves me tenderly

F#                    F#7                   B           C#7
I left my blue-eyed lady and went with Tony Mercedes to the gambling room
F#                    F#7                   B           C#7
I lost my diamond watch but in the parking lot I took back again
B             C#7   F#     /F          F#7
Oh man you've got to understand
B          C#7     F#
She loves me tenderly


B             C#7   F#     /F          F#7
A bottle of scotch A dimesack and a diamond watch
B          C#7     F#
Wouldn't you like that
B             C#7   F#     /F          F#7
A bottle of gin (what)A typewriter and a violin
B          C#7     F#
Wouldn't you like that


B             C#7   F#     /F          F#7
A sunny day, a shotgun and a Chevrolet
B          C#7     F#
Wouldn't you like that
B             C#7   F#     /F          F#7
A painted scene of horses on the city green
B          C#7     F#
Wouldn't you like that

B             C#7   F#     /F          F#7
A microwave, a pillbox and a jack of spades
B          C#7     F#
Wouldn't you like that
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