Kinks - You Cant Win Chords & Tabs

 

You Cant Win Chords & Tabs

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You Cant Win Chords

   
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FROM: Lukas Lechner, Woergl, Austria
E-MAIL: luggi69@web.de
DATE:  Sat, 02 Jun 2001 3:02 p.m. GMT+1
ARTIST: The Kinks
SONG: You Can't Win
ALBUM: The Kink Controversy, 1965

		You Can't Win
		<<<<<<<<<<<<<
		written by Ray Davies

Eb		             Db
You'll try and you'll try again,
     Ab			Eb
But you know you can't win.
Eb	 	             Db
You'll try and you'll try again,
     Ab                 Eb
But you know you can't win.


Db               Ab
What more can I say, now
Db              Ab
What more can I do
Db              Ab
No need to feel sad now
Eb                       Db   Ab
'Cause times are pretty thin

[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/k/kinks/you_cant_win_crd.html ]
Ab            Eb    Db
But You Can't Win
Ab         Eb    Db
You Can't Win
Ab         Eb   Db   Ab
You Can't Win

Eb   Db   Ab


Try and do what you can,
But you know you can't win.
You say you don't understand			same chords as before
But you know you can't win.

What more can I say, now
What more can I do
No need to feel sad now
'Cause times are pretty thin

You Can't Win
You Can't Win
You Can't Win

Solo over Eb  Db  Ab

What more can I say, now
What more can I do
No need to feel sad now
'Cause times are pretty thin

You Can't Win
You Can't Win
You Can't Win
You Can't Win
You Can't Win...   fade out


Corrections, questions, comments and suggestions are always welcome, just e-mail me!


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	|"Won't you tell me, where have all the good times gone?" |
	|	-Ray Davies, 1965			          |
	|							  |
	|You can hardly listen to today's music. 		  |
	|      "music"?  					  |
        |_________________________________________________________|
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