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Who Do You Love Tabs (ver.1)

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Who Do You Love Tabs (ver.1)

Quicksilver Messenger Service
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This is an old Bo Diddley-number from 1956...


		Who Do You Love
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		writtten by Ellas McDaniel


Chords for this song:   B A      (play barre-chords from the 5th fret upwards)
			          just change between those chords

Intro: Some weird "whale-singing"
little riff:

e-----------------|
B-----------------|
G-----------------|
D-----------------|
A------5-7-5------|
E--7-7-------7-7--|

then start off with B and A; do lots of leads


I walk 47 miles of barbed wire,
Use a cobra-snake for a necktie,
Got a brand new house by the roadside,
Made from rattlesnake hide,
Got a brand new chimney made on top,
Made out of a human skull,
Come on take a little walk with me, now
Who do you love?

Who do you love?
Who do you love?
Who do you love?
Who do you love?

Come on, Arlene, take me by the hand,
Let me know that you understand.

Who do you love?
Who do you love?
Who do you love?
Who do you love?

Ride nine times on the midnight train
Through the fire and cold rain.

Who do you love?
Who do you love?
Who do you love?
Who do you love?

I've got a tombstone hand in a graveyard mine,
Just 22 and I don't mind dying.

Who do you love?
Who do you love?
Who do you love?
Who do you love?


A simple but great number. I always liked few-major-chords-numbers

I suppose only freaks like me will use/read this file...
:-)


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