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Dizzy Miss Lizzie Chords (ver.1)

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Dizzy Miss Lizzie Chords (ver.1)

Beatles
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                Actually thisis Larry Williams's song, but this version is by The Beatles. This song is 
the Beatles' Album Help!.

It has a long intro with the following chords: N.C (1 bar),A (3 bars),D (2 bars),A (2 
(1 bar),D (1 bar),A (1 bar)

E7                      A

You make me dizzy, Miss Lizzie, the way you rock and roll.           You make

               D                                A                    
 D

me dizzy, Miss Lizzie, when do you do the stroll. Come on, Miss Lizzie, Love me

                    A

'fore I grow too old.

Verse 2 and three have the same chord pattern.

Verse 2:

You make dizzy, Miss Lizzie, when you call my name.    woo, baby, say you're driving me 
Come on, come on, come on, baby, I wanna be your loving man.

Verse 3:

Run and tell your mama, I want you to be my bride. Run and tell your brother, baby don't 
and hide. You make me dizzy, Miss Lizzie, girl, I wanna marry you.


After the first verse play this:


E7               A

Come on, give me fever, put your little hand in mine. You make me dizzy,

     D                            A                          
       D

Miss Lizzie, Oh girl, you look so fine. Just a rockin' and a rollin'  Girl, I

                           A         E7

said I wish you were mine.     (Shriek) OW!

After the second verse simply do this:

A         E7

    (Shriek) OW!

After the third verse play this:


E7               A

Come on, give me fever, put your little hand in mine. You make me dizzy,

       D                            A                          
       D

dizzy, Lizzie, Oh girl, you look so fine.You're a rockin' and a rollin'  Oo,I

                           A   (End, fade out)

said I wish you were mine.
            
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