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Little Latin Lupe Lu chords

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Little Latin Lupe Lu:Righteous Brothers.
(Written by Bill Medly) #47 in 1963.

INTRO: F

#1.
F                     Bb F                        Bb F
Talkin' 'bout my baby........Little Latin Lupe Lu.
                     Bb   Eb Bb
She's a high footin' baby........there ain't no dance 
             F  Bb F
she couldn't do.
                       C     Bb C                   F  Bb F
She's my groovy little baby.......Little Latin Lupe Lu.

CHORUS:
F                       Bb F                                   Bb F 
A boppa, boppa, Lupe Lu......shake it, shake it, shake it Lupe.
              Bb   Eb Bb                                F   Bb F
Watusi pretty baby.......yeah..c'mon and do the Hoochie-Koo.
                   C    Bb C                   F  Bb F
Mash 'em up pretty baby......Little Latin Lupe Lu.

#2.
F                         Bb F                            Bb F
If you wanna do the Twist......Lupe Lu could put 'er down.
                Bb   Eb Bb                           F    Bb F
If you Wah, Wa..tusi.......she's the best for miles around.
                       C    Bb C                         F Bb F
She's my Mashed Potato baby......yeah..Little Latin Lupe Lu.

CHORUS:
F                       Bb F                                   Bb F 
A boppa, boppa, Lupe Lu......shake it, shake it, shake it Lupe.
              Bb    Eb Bb                                F   Bb F
Watusi pretty baby........yeah..c'mon and do the Hoochie-Koo.
                    C    Bb C                   F  Bb F
Mash 'em up, pretty baby......Little Latin Lupe Lu.


(INTERLUDE:) F F7


OUTRO:
F                Bb F                                     Bb F
A-one more time.......shake it, shake it, shake it, Lupe.
              Bb   Eb Bb                               F Bb F
Watusi pretty baby......yeah..c'mon and do the Hoochie-Koo.
                   C    Bb C                         F Bb F
Latin love, pretty baby......yeah, Little Latin Lupe Lu.
(Little Latin Lupe Lu) 
F                       Bb F
A boppa boppa Lupe Lu...
(Little Latin Lupe Lu)
F                                    Bb F
A-shake it shake it, shake it, Lupe.
(Little Latin Lupe Lu)
              Bb   Eb Bb                          F   Bb F       
Watusi pretty baby.......c'mon and do the Hoochie-Koo.
(Little Latin Lupe Lu) 
                   C    Bb C                  F Bb F
Mash 'em up pretty baby.....Little Latin Lupe Lu.

F                    Bb F
Little Latin Lupe Lu..(x6)


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.



            
            
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Tom Hogg 10 Jul 12, 2015 01:34 PM

Hey KK,

Great song so thanks for the tab. I know the recording starts in the key of F like you have tabbed. I play it in the key of E just so I can sing all of the notes. When converted to the key of E,, the chords in the last line of the verses and the chorus are B A B ,and E A E. I play the B chord as a bar chord on the 7th fret and substitute an F chord on the same fret and then back to an A chord.

What do you think about this arrangement?

Thanks again.

Tom

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Kraziekhat 64,745 Jul 12, 2015 11:18 PM

Thanks, mate. If I play it in E, I do this.. E// A// E (x2)...A// D// A

E//A// E.. B// E// B... E// A// E. Try the B//E//B and see how it sounds to you. KK.

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Tom Hogg 10 Jul 13, 2015 07:15 PM

Tried it and is was spot on !

Thanks,
Tom

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