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Carl Perkins, Everybodys Trying To Be My Baby Chords (ver.1)

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Everybodys Trying To Be My Baby Chords (ver.1)

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                Everybody's Tryin' To Be My Baby:Carl Perkins.
Top of the charts in 1956. The Beatles did
this song again with Perkins in 1964.
(The original Sun Records recording was G C D.
 On later recordings it was done in E.)
#1.
E
Well, they took some honey from a tree,
                       E7
Dressed it up and they called it me.
A
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby,
E
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby,
B           B7                    E
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby, now.

#2. 
E
I woke up last night, half past four,
              E7
fifteen women knockin' at my door.
A
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby,
E
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby,
B           B7                    E
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby, now.

#3.
E
Went out last night, didn't stay late,
                      E7
before I'm home I had nineteen dates.
A
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby.
E
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby,
B           B7                    E
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby, now.

#4.
E
Me and my gal sittin' in the shade,
                             E7
talkin' 'bout the money that she has made.
    A
And everybody's tryin' to be my baby,
E
everybody's tryin' to be my baby.
B           B7                    E
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby, now.

#5.
E
Well, they took some honey from a tree,
                       E7
Dressed it up and they called it me.
A
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby,
E
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby.
B           B7                    E
Everybody's tryin' to be my baby, now.(Verse x2)


A fifties smash from Kraziekhat. 
            
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