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Song: Straighten Out (Cummings, Wallace)
Artist: The Guess Who 
Album: Road Food
Tabber: Nick Gray 
Email: ngray8725@yahoo.ca       
Tuning: Standard

One very simple song with a couple of interesting jazz chords.  The song has a great
jazz feel to it.  My favorite from 
the Road Food album. The chords are complimenting the piano.  Lyrics from
http://www.ghg.net/bnsteiss/lyrics/lyricsmain.html

E7   Am7   D7    D#7   F7    F#7 
|-|  |5|   |-|   |-|   |-|   |-|
|5|  |5|   |3|   |4|   |6|   |7|
|7|  |6|   |5|   |6|   |8|   |9|
|6|  |5|   |4|   |5|   |7|   |8|
|7|  |7|   |5|   |6|   |8|   |9|
|-|  |5|   |-|   |-|   |-|   |-|

Piano Intro (0:00-0:04) Guitar starts at 0:05 seconds.  

E7 E7                      Am7 Am7
Well you asked me to be your escort baby
E7 E7                      Am7 Am7                      
On Graduation Day
E7 E7                      Am7 Am7
Wrote me a note and here's what you wrote
E7 D#7 D7
You cried boo hoo hoo
And your tears were killin' me babe
E7 D#7 D7
Wah wah wah.


                   E7 E7 F7 F7 F#7 F#7 F7 F7 
I think you better straighten out
E7 E7 F7 F7 F#7 F#7 F7 F7 
Gimme a break
E7 E7 F7 F7 F#7 F#7 F7 F7  E7
Straighten out ... if you can

E7 F7 F#7 F7
I heard you knockin' but you couldn't come in
E7 F7 F#7 F7
And we went walkin' down the road to the bin
E7 D#7 D7
That was when you were ten, now is now, then was then
E7 D#7 D7
Ha ha ha.


                               E7 E7              Am7 Am7
Well I telephoned you and I asked if I might just happen to be your chaperone
        E7 E7              Am7 Am7
To the Highbridge comin'-out do
         E7 E7              Am7 Am7     
You said goodbye and I began to cry
E7 D#7 D7
I said boo hoo hoo
'Cause your leavin' was shakin' me up
E7 D#7 D7
Wah wah wah.

                   E7 E7 F7 F7 F#7 F#7 F7 F7 
I think you better straighten out.
Gimme a break
E7 E7 F7 F7 F#7 F#7 F7 F7  E7
Straighten out ... if you can

E7 F7 F#7 F7
I heard you knockin' but you couldn't come in
E7 F7 F#7 F7
And we went walkin' down the road to the bin
E7 D#7 D7
That was when you were ten, now is now, then was then
E7 D#7 D7
Ha ha ha.
The Laughters shakin me up
Bo Whoo Whooin
E7 D#7 D7
Wa Wa Wa
Everybody Cryin' Cryin'  
E7 D#7 D7
Ha ha ha 
E7 D#7 D7
Boo who who
And The Cryins Killing me
E7 D#7 D7
Wa Wa Wa
And The laughter killin me
E7 D#7 D7
Ha ha ha

            
            
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