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Hard To Handle chords

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Otis Redding
Hard To Handle
Transcribed by Soch Hean

Capo 1st Fret  -Chords relative to capo-

[Intro]

 (Not relative to capo)
e|--------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------|
A|-----5-6--8---6p4-6p4-----------5-6--8---6p4-6p4--|
E|-6-6------------------6-----6-6-------------------|


[Verse]

A
Baby here I am, and I'm a man upon the scene
A
I have to give you what you want but you gotta come home with me
A
And I got a whole load of good old lovin', and I got some in store
A
When I get through throwin' it on you got to come back for some more


[Bridge]

E
Boys and things will come by the dozen
E
But that ain't nothing but drug-store lovin'


[Chorus]

E
Pretty little thing let me light your candle

'Cause mama I'm sure hard to handle
                 D   E     G D A
Now, yes around


[Verse 2]

A
Actions speak louder than words, and I'm a man with great experience
A
I know you got you another man but I can love you better than him
A
Take my hand and don't be afraid, I'm gonna prove every word I say
A
I'm advertising love for free, so won't you place your ad with me


[Bridge]


[Repeat Verse 1]


[Bridge]


Improv:
A
Give it to me
A
I got to have it
A
Gimme some good ol' lovin'
A
Some of your good lovin'
A
I'm a big old man

(Fade Out)

Chords:
A:    x02220
E:    022100
D:    xx0232
G:    320033

            
            
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BenjyCJ 139 Nov 10, 2015 04:22 AM

I've found that if you use your little finger on the 3rd and 2nd fret of the top E at the end of each line of verse it works quite well (and sound similar to the recording).

I also like playing a single A chord at the start of the chorus (instead of the E) then singing the chorus with no backing.

Might be right, might be wrong, just thought I'd drop in my input!

Nice tab!

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nickhauselman 10 Apr 13, 2016 09:52 PM

In the chorus is stays on E when it clearly needs to change Chords

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