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Jelly Bean Chords (ver.1)

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Jelly Bean Chords (ver.1)

Eddie Cochran
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                Jelly Bean:Eddie Cochran.
Recorded in 1959.

CHORUS:
D
Jelly Bean, Jelly Bean..well, that's the name I picked for you.
                     G                            D
And it fits you to-a-Tee, gonna tell you why it's true.
             A                            G               
Cause you're sweet and sorta round, and a penny to the 
             D    A
pound, Jelly Bean.

#1.
          D
There's a guy who lives in our block..his name is Kelly Carr.

Each night he comes down the street, packin' his guitar.

Stops at Jelly Bean's house, that pretty little thing..

bows his head he bends his knees, you oughta hear him sing.

CHORUS:
D
Jelly Bean, Jelly Bean..well, that's the name I picked for you.
                     G                            D
And it fits you to-a-Tee, gonna tell you why it's true.
             A                            G               
Cause you're sweet and sorta round, and a penny to the 
             D    A
pound, Jelly Bean.

(INSTRUMENTAL:) D D7 G D A G D A

#2. 
      D
Jelly Bean comes to the window..she listens for a while.

Never even blinks her eyes, or offers him a smile.

She tosses up her pretty curls and as she turns to go..

he stomps his guitar one more time and sings his tale of woe.

CHORUS:
D
Jelly Bean, Jelly Bean..well, that's the name I picked for you.
                     G                            D
And it fits you to-a-Tee, gonna tell you why it's true.
             A                            G               
Cause you're sweet and sorta round, and a penny to the 
             D    A
pound, Jelly Bean.

OUTRO:
                  D
Jelly Bean, Jelly Bean...Jelly Bean, Jelly Bean...
D
Jelly Bean, Jelly Bean...(Fade.)


A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.
 
            
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