Ain’t she sweet (The Beatles)

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Oh [C] ain’t [Edim7]she [G7]sweet,
see her [C]walking [Edim7]down that [G7]street.
Yes I [C]ask you [E7]very [A7]confidentially:
[D7]ain’t [G7]she [C]sweet?
Oh [C]ain’t [Edim7]she [G7]nice,
look her [C]over [Edim7]once or [G7]twice.
Yes I [C]ask you [E7]very [A7]confidentially:
[D7]ain’t [G7]she [C]nice? [C7]
Just cast an [F]eye
in her di-[C]rection [C7]
Oh me oh [F]my
ain’t that per-[Am]fection? [Dm – G7]
Oh [C]I [Edim7]re-[G7]peat
don’t you [C]think that’s [Edim7]kind of [G7]neat
Yes I [C]ask you [E7]very [A7]confidentially:
[D7]ain’t [G7]she [C]sweet [A7]
[D7]ain’t [G7]she [C]sweet [A7]
[D7]ain’t [G7]she [C]sweet [F – C]
[/ukegeeks-song]

Can’t buy me love (The Beatles)

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Can’t buy me [Em] lo-[Am]-ove, [Em] lo-[Am]-ove,
Can’t buy me [Dm] lo-[G]-o-[C7]-ove
I’ll [C7] buy you a diamond ring my friend
if it makes you feel alright
I’ll [F] get you anything my friend
if it [C7] makes you feel alright
[G7] I don’t care too [F] much for money,
money can’t buy me [C7] love
I’ll give you all I got to give
if you say you’ll love me too
I [F] may not have a lot to give
but what I [C7] got I’ll give to you
[G7] I don’t care too [F] much for money,
money can’t buy me [C7] love
Can’t buy me [Em] love [Am], [F] everybody tells me [C] so
Can’t buy me [Em] love [Am], [Dm] no no no, [G7] noooo
[C7] Say you don’t need no diamond ring
and I’ll be satisfied
[F] Tell me that you want the kind of thing
that [C7] money just can’t buy
[G7] I don’t care too [F] much for money,
money can’t buy me [C7] love
Can’t buy me [Em] lo-[Am]-ove, [Em] lo-[Am] -ove,
Can’t buy me [Dm] lo-[G]-o-[C]-ove
[/ukegeeks-song]

Act naturally (Buck Owens 1963)

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1. [C]They’re gonna put me in the [F]movies
They’re [C]gonna make a big star out of [G7]me
We’ll [C]make a film about-a-man
that’s sad and [F]lonely
And [G7]all I have to do is
act natur-[C]-ally

2. Well I [G7]bet you I’m gonna be a [C]big star
Might [G7]win an Oscar you can never [C]tell
The [G7]movie’s gonna make me a big [C]star
'Cause [D7]I can play the part so [G7]well

3. Well I [C]hope you come and see me in the [F]movies
Then [C]I’ll know that you will plainly [G7]see
The [C]biggest fool
that ever hit the [F]big time
And [G7]all I have to do is
act natur-[C]-ally

4. We’ll [C]make a film about-a-man
that’s sad and [F]lonely
[C]Begging down upon his bended [G7]knee
I’ll [C]play the part
but I won’t need re-[F]-hearsing
[G7] All I have to do is
act natur-[C]-ally
{c: repeat 2. und 4. Strophe}
[/ukegeeks-song]

A hard day’s night (The Beatles 1964)

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{c: first}
It’s been a [C]hard [F]days [C]night,
And I’ve been [Bb] working like a [C]dog,
It’s been a hard [F]days [C]night,
I should be [Bb] sleeping like a [C]log.
But when I [F]get home to you
I find the [G7] things that you do
Will make me [C]feel [F]al-[C]right.
{c: second}
You know I [C]work [F]all [C]day
To get you [Bb] money to buy you [C]things,
And it’s worth it just to [F]hear you [C]say,
You’re gonna [Bb] give me ev’ry-[C]-thing.
So why on [F] earth should I moan,
'Cos when I [G7]get you alone,
You know I [C]feel [F]O. [C]K.
{c: ending}
When I’m [Em] home [Am] ev’rything seems to be [Em] right,
When I’m [C]home [Am] feeling you holding me [Dm]tight,
[G7]tight, yeah.
{c: Repeat all}
{c: Repeat first + ending}
You know I feel [F]al-[C]-right
You know I feel [F]al-[C]-right
[/ukegeeks-song]

500 Miles (The Proclaimers)

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When I [C]wake up yeah I know I’m gonna be
I’m gonna [F] be the man who [G] wakes up next to [C] you
When I go out yeah I know I’m gonna be
I’m gonna [F] be the man who [G] goes along with [C] you
If I get drunk yes I know I’m gonna be
I’m gonna [F] be the man who [G] gets drunk next to [C] you
And if I haver yeah I know I’m gonna be
I’m gonna [F] be the man who’s [G] havering to [C] you
{soc}
{c: CHORUS}
[C] But I would walk 500 miles
And [F] I would walk five [G] hundred more
Just to [C] be the man who walked a thousand [F] miles
To fall down [G] at your door
{eoc}
[C] When I’m working yes I know I’m gonna be
I’m gonna [F] be the man who’s [G] working hard for [C] you
And when the money comes in for the work I’ll do
I’ll pass [F] almost every [G] penny on to [C] you
When I come home yeah I know I’m gonna be
I’m gonna [F] be the man who [G] comes back home to [C] you
And if I grow old well I know I’m gonna be
I’m gonna [F] be the man who’s [G] growing old with [C] you
{soc}
{c: Chorus + 2x}
[C] Da da daa (Da da daa) Da da da (Da da daa)
Dan De [F] Dan de-de Dan de-de
[G] Dan de-de Dan de-de [C] Daa
{eoc}
[C] When I’m lonely, well I know I’m gonna be
I’m gonna [F] be the man who’s [G] lonely without [C] you
When I’m dreaming, well I know I’m gonna dream
I’m gonna [F] dream about the [G] time when I’m with [C] you
When I go out (when I go out), well I know I’m gonna be
I’m gonna [F] be the man who [G] goes along with [C] you
And when I come home (when I come home) Yeah I know I’m gonna be
I’m gonna [F] be the man who [G] comes back home with [C] you
I’m gonna [F] be the man who’s [G] coming home with [C] you
{soc}
{c: Chorus + 2x}
[C] Da da daa (Da da daa) Da da da (Da da daa)
Dan De [F] Dan de-de Dan de-de
[G] Dan de-de Dan de-de [C] Daa
{eoc}

[/ukegeeks-song]

Jolene (Dolly Parton 1973)

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{artist: Dolly Parton 1973}
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{start_of_chorus}
{comment: chorus}
Jo[Am]lene, Jo[C]lene, Jo[G]lene, Jo[Am]lene,
I’m [G]begging of you, [Em]please don’t take my [Am]man.
Jo[Am]lene, Jo[C]lene, Jo[G]lene, Jo[Am]lene,
[G]please don’t take him [Em]just because you [Am]can.
{end_of_chorus}

1. Your [Am]beauty is be[C]yond compare with [G]flaming locks of au[Am]burn hair,
with [G]ivory skin and [Em]eyes of emerald [Am]green.
Your [Am]smile is like a [C]breath of spring, your [G]voice is soft like sum[Am]mer rain
and [G]I cannot com[Em]pete with you, Jo[Am]lene.

2. He [Am]talks about you [C]in his sleep, there’s [G]nothing I can [Am]do to keep
from [G]crying when he [Em]calls your name, Jo[Am]lene.
Now [Am]I can easily [C]understand how [G]you could easily [Am]take my man,
but [G]you don’t know [Em]what he means to me, Jo[Am]lene.
{comment: chorus}

3. You [Am]can have your [C]choice of men, but [G]I could never [Am]love again,
he’s [G]the only [Em]one for me, [Am]Jolene.
I had to have [C]this talk with you, my [G]happiness de[Am]pends on you
and [G]whatever you de[Em]cide to do, [Am]Jolene.
{comment: chorus}
[Am]Jolene, Jolene.
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