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Ray Charles, Hit The Road Jack Chords (ver.2)

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Hit The Road Jack Chords (ver.2)

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                Hit The Road Jack:Ray Charles.
#1 in 1961.

INTRO: Em D C B7(x4) (Capo 4th fret for original.

CHORUS:
        Em    D         C              B7      Em
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back no more, 
   D        C        B7
no more, no more, no more.
        Em    D         C              B7      Em  D
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back no more.
C        B7
What you say?
        Em    D         C              B7      Em
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back no more,
   D        C        B7
no more, no more, no more.
        Em    D         C              B7      Em  D C B7
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back no more.

#1.
      Em         D            C           B7
Whoa! Woman, oh, woman, don't treat me so mean,
           Em          D               C    B7
you're the meanest old woman that I've ever seen.
  Em       D        C   B7
I guess if you said so..
    Em              D          C           B7
I'd have to pack my things and go. (That's right!)

CHORUS:

#2.
    Em           D           C             B7
Now baby, listen baby, don't treat me this way,
    Em      D          C         B7
for I'll be back on my feet some day.
      Em          D              C    B7
Don't care if you do, cause it's understood,
          Em     D          C             B7
you ain't got no money, you just ain't no good.
        Em       D       C  B7
Well, I guess if you say so,
     Em              D          C           B7
I'll have to pack my things and go. (That's right!)

CHORUS:
ADD:
C              B7      Em  D
Don't you come back no more.(x14)


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