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Everly Brothers, Wake Up Little Susie Chords (ver.1)

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Wake Up Little Susie Chords (ver.1)

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                WAKE UP LITTLE SUSIE- The Everly Brothers

D F G F   D F G F   D F G F   D F G F
D                          F G F
Wake up little Susie, wake up
D                          F G F
Wake up little Susie, wake up
      G    D         G       G           D         G
The movie wasn't so hot, it didn't have much of a plot
    G     D           G        D            G  D        G  
We fell asleep, our goose is cooked, our reputation is shot
                A   G           A
Wake up little Susie, wake up little Susie

CHORUS:
 A                  G          A
What are you gonna tell your mamma?
 A                  G         A
What are you gonna tell your pa?
 A                 G         A                  N.C.
What are we gonna tell our friends when they say "ooh la la"?
                  D  A                 D
Wake up little Susie, wake up little Susie
         D
Well I told your momma that you'd be home by ten
           G
Well now Susie baby looks like we goofed again
                  A  G                 A    (N.C.)        D  F G F
Wake up little Susie, wake up little Susie, we gotta go home

 D                          F G F  D                         F G F
Wake up little Susie, wake up,   wake up little Susie, wake up
    G         D       G         G           D        G  
We both fell sound asleep, wake up little Susie and weep
       G      D          G       D        G        D       G
The movie's over, it's four o'clock and we're in trouble deep
                 A  G           A
Wake up little Susie, wake up little Susie...CHORUS
            
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