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Is She Really Going Out With Him Tabs (ver.1)

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Is She Really Going Out With Him Tabs (ver.1)

Jackson Joe
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                IS SHE REALLY GOING OUT WITH HIM?
Joe Jackson, 1978

|Dm7   |Eb   |F7sus   |    |

|:Bb F |Ab Eb :|

Bb    F         Ab               Eb              Bb    F Ab Eb
Pretty women out walking with gorillas down my street.
Bb       F           Ab              Eb           Bb   F  Ab Eb
Bb          F
Look over there! (Where?)
Ab         Eb          Bb      F     Ab  Eb
There's a lady that I used to know.
Bb              Eb       Bb              F            Bb   F Ab Eb
She's married now, or engaged, or something, so I am told.

Eb                  F        Bb
Is she really going out with him?
Eb                  Dm       Gm    F  Eb
Is she really gonna take him home tonight?
Eb                  F        Gm
Is she really going out with him?
             Eb
'Cause if my eyes don't deceive me, 
         F                            Bb
There's something going wrong around here.


Tonight's the night when I go to all the parties down my street.
I wash my hair and I kid myself I look real smooth.
Look over there! (Where?)
Here comes Jeanie with her new boyfriend.
They say that looks don't count for much.
If so, there goes your proof.

(refrain)

Dm7                 Eb             F7sus            G7sus        Dm7
But if looks could kill, there's a man there who's more down as dead.
                    Eb            F7sus          G7sus         Dm7
'Cause I've had my fill, "Listen you, take your hands off her head!"
          Eb               F7sus  G7sus     F7sus  G7sus F7sus
I get so mean around this scene!  Hey, hey, hey.

|:Bb F |Ab Eb :|

(refrain)

|:Bb F |Ab Eb :|

and out


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