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I don’t need no doctor
John Mayer/John Scofield

The format is standard blues in E major. The chords john uses were quite difficult to 
out but they’re about right.

 [Riff 1]
e|----------0-------------------------------------0---------------------|
B|-------------3p0----3--2p0h2-------------------3p0-----3---2----------|
G|----0h1-------------4--2p0h2--------0h1----------------4---2----------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---0----------------------------------0-------------------------------|
    “I don’t need no doctor, cos I know what’s ailing me”

e|---3-----3-----3-----5-----7-----0-----|        |-------7----x----3----5----0----------|
B|---x-----x-----3-----5-----7-----0-----|        |----7----3----3----5----0-------------|
G|---4-----5-----2-----4-----6-----1-----|[riff 1]|--8----5----2----4----1------[riff 1]-|
D|---5-----5-----2-----x-----x-----2-----|        |-----x----5----x----x----2------------|
A|---4-----5-----3-----x-----x-----2-----|        |-----x----5----x----x----2------------|
E|---x-----x-----x-----5-----7-----0-----|        |-----7----x----3----5----0------------|
   “I don’t need no doctor,                            “I been too long away from my baby yeah,
    cos I know what’s ailing me”                        comin’ down with a misery”

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| h  Hammer-on
| p  Pull-off
| x  Dead note

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mini_b7 71 Jun 27, 2009 10:34 AM

nicely done.

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Slowhand17 10 Jul 27, 2009 06:46 PM

I saw hime play it live, the intro sounds good but it's no where close to what he plays

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bradph 10 Nov 02, 2015 08:02 AM

Great job, and close as anything to what Scofield is doing; although I think he switches it up a little along the way. I tend to play the 2nd part as Dbm7b5-D9sus4(C/D)-Cma6/9-A9sus4(G/A)-B9sus4(A/B)(or A7sus4/13-B7sus4/13 on the last 2 chords); and the 3rd part as B9sus4(A/B)-A9sus4(G/A)-G9sus4(F/G)-A9sus4(G/A) or B7sus4/13-A7sus4/13-G7sus4/13-A7sus4/13). Which, I know, is all only approximate to what Scofield is playing.

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