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Wendy Under The Stars Tabs (ver.1)

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Wendy Under The Stars Tabs (ver.1)

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                Greetings fellow Odds fans!  Here's my transcription to 'Wendy Under the Stars':

"Wendy Under the Stars" - By the Odds.  Written by Steven Drake.  Taken from
the album 'Neopolitan'.  All songs published by Virgin Music.

***all chords standard 'folk' positions.  No barre chords.  Use an electric
(one or two), clean, although it gets crunchy later in the song.

Intro:  G  G/C [the G/C is made by keeping the G root but adding E(2nd fret
D-string) and C(1st fret B-string)]

Verses:  Em  F  Em  F  D  C  D  C / Em  F  Am  G  D  C  Em  F

Chorus:  G  Em  F  G  G/C  G  G/C

***And that's it!  Just go in this order: intro, verse 1, chorus, verse 2,
chorus, verse 3, chorus (outro).

The lyrics are:

I was sitting there watching TV
Wendy came and sat on my knee
She put her finger in my ear
But I pulled it out so I could hear
What the newsman on the television said
He said the king of rock & roll was dead
And in the spooky television light
She said, "Don't ever forget this night"

Chorus:  I was f**king Wendy under the stars, the night that Elvis died

As walked across the dew wet field
I never ever thought she would yield
To my young body's aching desire
For an older woman's well banked fire
By the left hand I was led
To the place that we would make our bed
And embracing in the blue moonlight
She said, "Don't ever forget this night"

Chorus

She was 31, I was 17
I found out then what passion could mean
I thought I loved her but I didn't know how
I don't love her when I see her know
With the tape deck turned up loud
She made a young man strong and proud
And in the coolness of the morning light
She said, "Don't ever forget this night"

Chorus
            
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