Tommy James And Shondells - Crimson And Clover Chords & Tabs

 

Crimson And Clover Chords & Tabs

Tommy James And Shondells Chords & Tabs

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Crimson And Clover Chords

   
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#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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			"Crimson And Clover"
		      (Tommy James/Peter Lucia)

[Notes: 1) This is a deceptively simple song; like Jefferson Airplane's
"Somebody To Love", there are only four chords in it, but no two verses
are identical.  2) Tommy James played all the guitar parts on this, and
he usually played in open E; you might want to try it.]

verse 1:

	    B   F#  E
	Ah
	       F#           B       F#  E
	Now I don't hardly know her
	       F#            B       F#  E
	But I think I could love her
	 F#           B     F#  E
	Crimson and clover

	E     F#
	/  /  /  /

verse 2:
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/t/tommy_james_and_shondells/crimson_and_clover_crd.html ]
	Ah
	Well if she come walkin' over
	Now I been waitin' to show her
	Crimson and clover
	F#        B   F#  E
	Over and over

	E          F#          E
	/  /  /  /  /  /  /  /

instrumental break 1 [single version]:

	bass alone (2x):

	  v       v       v       v
	|-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-2-2-2-----------|
	|-----------------------4---4---4-|
	|---------------------------------|
	|---------------------------------|

	bass and guitars (5x):

	B     A  E
	/  /  /  /

	F#
	/  /  /  /  /  r  r  r

verse 3:

	Yeah
	My mind's such a sweet thing
	I wanna do everything
	What a beautiful feeling
	Crimson and clover
	E         F#         E
	          /  /  /  /
	Over and over

instrumental break 2:

	repeat bass (2x)
	repeat B-A-E (6x this time)

	F#
	/  /  /  /  /  /  /  /

outro:
	C     G     F     G
	/  /  /  /  /  /  /  /

	 C           G       F        G
	Crimson and clover, over and over  (repeat to fade)
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