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Meat Loaf, Hot Patootie Chords (ver.1)

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Hot Patootie Chords (ver.1)

Meat Loaf Tabs
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                E
Whatever happened to Saturday Night
A                             F#m
When you dressed up sharp and you felt alright
D                      E
It don't seem the same since cosmic light
D                  E
Came into my life, I thought I was divine
A                      F#m
I used to drive around with a chick who'd go
A                   F#m
Listen to the music on the radio
D                         E
A saxaphone was blowing on a rock 'n' roll show
D                           E
You climbed in the back seat Really had a good time

A              B
Hot Patootie - Bless my soul
D                  A
I really love that Rock and Roll x4

F#m / /  / /

A                         F#m
My head used to swim from the perfume I smelt
A                       F#
My hand's kinda fumbled with her white plastic belt
D                                E
I'd taste her baby pink lipstick and that's when I'd melt
D                           E
She'd whisper in my ear tonight she really was mine
A                    F#m
Get back in front put some hair-oil on
A                       F#m
Buddy Holly was singing his very last song
D                             E
With your arms around you girl you try to sing along
D                    E
You felt pretty good Really had a good time

A              B
Hot Patootie - Bless my soul
D                  A
I really love that Rock and Roll
A              B
Hot Patootie - Bless my soul
D                  A
I really love that Rock and Roll

A              B
Hot Patootie - Bless my soul
D                  A
I really love that Rock and Roll x8

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