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She Caught The Katy chords

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[Verse 1]

Bb                   F                      Bb
She caught the katy, left me a mule to ride
Bb                   F                      Bb
She caught the katy, left me a mule to ride
Bb
She caught the katy, left me a mule to ride
Eb                               Em
The train polled out and I swung on behind
Bb                    F                         Bb
Crazy 'bout her, that hard-headed woman of mine


[Verse 2]

Man, my baby long. Great God, she mighty, my baby tall
You know my baby long. Great God, she mighty, my baby tall
Well, my baby, she long. My baby, she tall.
She sleep with her head in the kitchen
And her feet's out in the hall
Crazy 'bout her, that hard-headed woman of mine


[Bridge]

        Eb
Well, I love my baby. She's so fine
Bb
   Wish she'd come and see me sometime
            Ab
She don't believe I love her, look what a hole I'm in
            F
She don't believe I'm sinking, look what shape I'm in


[Verse 1]

Bb                   F                      Bb
She caught the katy, left me a mule to ride
Bb                   F                      Bb
She caught the katy, left me a mule to ride
Bb
She caught the katy, left me a mule to ride
Eb                               Em
The train polled out and I swung on behind
Bb                    F                  Eb                        Bb
Crazy 'bout her, that hard-headed woman, hard-headed woman of mine




Note:

I wasn't sure about whether any chords could have use sevenths
or not. so if you find a good spot for a seventh instead of the
normal chord, go for it.


    E A D G B E
Bb: x 1 3 3 3 1
F : 1 3 3 2 1 1
Eb: x 6 8 8 8 6
Em: x 7 9 9 8 7
Ab: 4 6 6 5 4 4

            
            
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Clemo103 80 Nov 04, 2008 07:18 AM

Very good, if you want to play the rock and roll riff, the root notes of each chord correspond to the root note of the rock and roll riff.

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Anna Orchard 10 Jan 30, 2009 01:18 AM

I think that the Em chord that you play is actually a E dim - this chord has a bit of extra "tension" - give that a go and see what you think - so the run up from the 3rd line of the verse is Bb (2 bars) Eb (1 Bar) E dim (1 bar) then Bb to the F then resolving back to the Bb

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rossall69 72 Apr 22, 2011 02:27 AM

Instead of the Em, you should be playing Ebm - easy mistake to make.
I think if you were to play the Edim for an acoustic version it would be too much, although it would sound better with a full band.

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