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Eddie Cochran, Money Honey Chords (ver.2)

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Money Honey Chords (ver.2)

Eddie Cochran Tabs
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                (Live)
Money Honey:Eddie Cochran.
Live, on stage in 1956.

#1.
C
You know the land-lady's ringin' my frontdoor bell.

I let it ring for a long, long spell.

Went to the window, peeked through the blinds, I said,
                             C7                             
Honey, just exactly what you got on your mind?.

CHORUS: 
                 F                           C   
She said, I want money, honey....I want some money, honey..
            G7                   F                    C  G7
I want some money, honey..if you wanna get along with me.

#2.
        C      
Well, I screamed and hollered, I was so hard-pressed.

I called the woman that I love best.

Got my baby about half past three, she says..
                            C7                            
Baby, just exactly what you want with me?

CHORUS: 
                 F                           C   
She said, I want money, honey....I want some money, honey..
            G7                   F                    C  G7
I want some money, honey..if you wanna get along with me.

(INTERLUDE:)

#3.
        C
Well, I learned my lesson and now I know.

The sun may shine and the wind may blow.

Women may come and women may go, but..
                                      C7                                      
Well, I said I love you honey..I just want you to know..

CHORUS:
       F                           C
I want money, honey....I want some money, honey..
            G7                   F                    C G7 C
I want some money, honey..if you wanna get along with me.


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