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Come And Get It Chords (ver.2)

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Come And Get It Chords (ver.2)

Badfinger
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                COME AND GET IT:Badfinger
(Formerly The Iveys).#10 in
UK & USA in'69/'70.

#1.
       D
If you want it, here it is, come and get it.
G                        A
Mmmmm, make your mind up fast.
       D
If you want it, anytime, I can give it.
               G                      A
But you better hurry cause it may not last.


CHORUS:
Bb                            Dm
Did I hear you say that there must be a catch?
Eb                        D            A
Will you walk away from a fool and his money?


#2.
       D
If you want it, here it is, come and get it.
               G                A     D
But you better hurry cause it's goin' fast.
       D
If you want it, here it is, come and get it.
G                        A
Mmmmm, make your mind up fast.
       D
If you want it, anytime, I can give it.
               G                      A
But you better hurry cause it may not last.

CHORUS:
Bb                            Dm
Did I hear you say that there must be a catch?
Eb                        D            A
Will you walk away from a fool and his money?

#3.
       D
If you want it, here it is, come and get it.
                 G                A     D
But you'd better hurry cause it's goin' fast.
             G                 A     Bb  F Eb
You'd better hurry 'cause it's goin' fast.
  D            A
A fool and his money....Sonny.

#4.
       D
If you want it, here it is, come and get it.
               G                A     D
But you better hurry cause it's goin' fast.
           G                A     D
You better hurry cause it's goin' fast.
           G                A     Bb  D
You better hurry cause it's goin' fast.


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