Roy Orbison - Pretty Woman Chords & Tabs


Pretty Woman Chords & Tabs

Roy Orbison Chords & Tabs

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Pretty Woman Chords

*   Let it ring

*/ ring and cut

Intro riff:       
       */     *
    e -------------------|-----------------|
    B -------------------|-----------------|
    G -------------------|-----------------|  repeat both measures
    D --------0----------|-----------------|
    A ------2-------2----|-----------------|
    E -0--4------------4-|-----------------|

Play this main riff 4 times:
    e -----------------
    B -----------------
    G -----------------
    D ---------0-4-2-0-
    A -------2---------
    E -0-0-4-----------
x     stop here on the 4th time of repeating


        G              Em
Pretty woman walking down the street,
           G                   Em
    Pretty woman, the kind I'd like to meet.
           C        C
    Pretty woman...

              D7                      D7
    I don't believe you -- it must be true.
                 D7              D7          
    No one could look as good as you.

 (play main riff 4 times)
[ Tab from: ]
    Pretty woman, won't you pardon me.
    Pretty woman, I couldn't help but see.
    Pretty woman...

    Oh, you look lovely as you can be.
    Are you lonely just like me?

    Cm            F
    Pretty woman, stop awhile.
    Bb            Eb
    Pretty woman, talk awhile.
    Cm            F                  Bb - Bb
    Pretty woman, give your smile to me.
    Cm            F
    Pretty woman, yeah, yeah, yeah,
    Bb            Eb
    Pretty woman, look my way.
    Cm            F                    Bb    G
    Pretty woman, say you'll stay with me,
             Em       C          D7   [N.S of this line]  (repeat main riff 4 times)
    'Cause I need you, need you tonight.

    Pretty woman, don't walk on by.
    Pretty woman, don't make me cry.
    Pretty woman...

    Don't walk away, hey.
    If that's the way it must be, okay.
    I guess I'll go on home, it's late.
    There'll be tomorrow night, but wait
    What do I see?
    She's walking back to me.
    Oh, pretty woman.

By Luthien Greanleaf