Chi Lites - Oh Girl Chords & Tabs

 

Oh Girl Chords & Tabs

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Oh Girl Chords

   
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Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 14:48:24 -0500
From: Andrew Rogers 
Subject: ./c/chi_lites/oh_girl.crd

                               "Oh Girl"
                            (Eugene Record)

Intro:

	Bb [4 bars; harmonica enters 3rd bar]

Verse 1:

	Bb
	Oh, girl
	           Dm
	I'd be in trouble if you left me now
	      Eb
	'Cause I don't know where to look for love
	Cm                F7sus4
	I just don't know how

Verse 2:

	Oh, girl
	How I depend on you
	To give me love when I need it
	Right on time you would always be

Bridge:
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/c/chi_lites/oh_girl_crd.html ]
	Db                        Ab
	All my friends call me a fool
	           Bb                        Cm7/F
	They say, "let the woman take care of you"
	     Db                                   Ab
	So I    try to be hip and think like the crowd
	Bb                              Cm7/F
	But even the crowd can't help me now, oh-oh-oh

Verse 3:

	Oh, girl
	Tell me, what am I gonna do
	I know I got a guilty face
	Girl, I feel so out of place, oh yeah

Harmonica solo over verse chords [2X]

	(1: don't know where to go, who to see, yeah)

Verse 4:

	Oh, girl
	I guess I better go
	I can save myself a lot of useless tears
	Girl I've gotta get away from here

Verse 5:

	Oh, girl
	Pain will double if you leave me now
	'Cause I don't know where to look for love
	And I don't, I don't know how

Harmonica solo over verse chords; fade 5th time

	(2: Oh, girl, why do I love you so... yeah...)

	(3: Better be on my way, I can't stay)

	(4: Have you ever seen such a helpless man)


-- another ace 70's tab from Andrew Rogers
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