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Ray Charles, What I'd Say Chords (ver.1)

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What I'd Say Chords (ver.1)

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                What I’d Say – Ray Charles

Intro

Progression

E A7 E 

B7 A7 E…B7

       E    
Hey momma don’t ya treat me wrong
       E
Come and love your daddy all night long 
              A7            E             B7       A7    E  B7
all right now, hey hey, all right

       E
See the girl with the diamond ring
       E        
She knows how to shake that thing

            A7                                 E             B7       A7    E  B7
All right now now now, hey hey, hey hey
     E           
Tell your Mama
     E
Tell your Pa
     E
I’m gonna send you back to Arkansas
       A7                                       E             B7       A7    E  B7                
Oh yes maam, you don’t do right, don’t do right
       E
When you see me in misery
       E
Come on baby see about me
              A7            E             B7 A7    E  B7
Now yeah, all right, all right,                 awwww play it boys

Instrumental E A7 E  B7 A7 E…B7
       E
When you see me in misery
       E
Come on baby see about me
               A7            E             B7 A7    E  B7 
Now yeah, hey hey, all right

       E
See the girl with the red dress on
       E
She can do the boogie all night long
           A7            E             B7 A7    E  B7 – same from now on
Ya ya, what I say, all right

Well tell me what I say, tell me what id say right now, tell me what I say….

And I wanna know…I wanna know right now…yeah….

Hey – Hoh 
Hey – Hoh
Hey – Hoh

Make me feel so good….yeah

Hey – Hoh 
Hey – Hoh
Hey – Hoh

Its all right, right now
Whoa shake that thing right now
Feel alright now…etc
            
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