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Four Seasons, Sherry Tabs (ver.1)

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Sherry Tabs (ver.1)

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                "Sherry"
			       (B. Gaudio)

Intro:

	 C       Am        Dm      G		[2X]
	 v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v    
	-----------------|-----------------|
	-----------------|-----------------|
	-----------------|-----------------|
	-2-----2---------|-3-----3-5-5-3-3-|
	-3-----3-3-----3-|-5-----5-7-7-5-5-|
	---------5-----5-|-----------------|

	C   Am  Dm         G
	Sherry,    Sherry baby
	C   Am  Dm         G
	Sherry,    Sherry baby

Verse 1:

	 C   Am   Dm    G    C Am  Dm      G
	She - e - e-e-e-e-ry baby (Sherry baby)
	 C   Am   Dm            G          C
	She - e - rry, can you come out tonight
	(C)     Am    Dm          G
	(Come, come, come out tonight)
	 C   Am   Dm    G    C Am  Dm      G
	She - e - e-e-e-e-ry baby (Sherry baby)
	 C   Am   Dm            G          C     Eb F C [N.C.]
	She - e - rry, can you come out tonight

Chorus 1:

	               E7
	Why don't you come out (come out) to my twist party
	 A7
	(Come out) Where the bright moon shines
	 D7
	(Come out) We'll dance the night away
	 G7 [N.C.]
	     I'm gonna make-a you mi-yi-yi-yine

Verse 2:

	She - e - e-e-e-e-ry baby (Sherry baby)
	She - e - rry, can you come out tonight
	(Come, come, come out tonight) [2X]
	You-oo-ooh better ask your mama (Sherry baby)
	Tell her everything is all right

Chorus 2:

	Why don't you come out (come out) with your red dress on
	(Come out) Mmm, you look so fine
	(Come out) Move it nice and easy
	Girl, you make me lose my mind

Coda:

	She - e - e-e-e-e-ry baby (Sherry baby)
	She - e - rry, can you come out tonight
	(Come, come, come out tonight) [repeat to fade]


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
            
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