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The Dooby Song Tabs (ver.1)

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The Dooby Song Tabs (ver.1)

Rich Hardesty
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                Words and Music by:  Rich Hardesty

This song is played with an acoustic guitar at a medium tempo.

Intro:  G  F  C   G  F   C

G         F     		      C	   G	            F	
Sometimes people say that you're crazy. But they just don't know where you've 
C	
been. 
G	 F                 		  C       G		      F       So you tell them that you're going to make it, but you just don't know where or 
C
when. 
G		        F		          C			
You're running from something that was never done boy. 
G        	     F		           C		G
Now it's got you thinking that life just ain't no fun. 
		    F     C			        G
Your daddy made you happy, and then he made you sad. 
		     F        C			  G
Then he made you happy again, but it made you mad. 
	    	       	     F		        C		
Chorus:	So I said thank you, thank you for that Dooby. 
	 G          F                  C	
I said thank you, thank you for that Dooby. 
	 G          F                  C
I said thank you, thank you for that Dooby. 
	 G          F                  C
I said thank you, thank you for that Dooby. 
G             F                C      G                F              C  
You have been Jones'n all your life. You lost all your money, and you lost your 
     G
wife. 
		    F                           C G                        F
Now you sit and wonder what you're going to do. But you still got that Dooby 
    C
and Nobody's going to take it from you. 

Chorus: 
G              F             C               G              F                
If you want to make somebody happy, I said I tell you, I'll tell you what to 
C     G
do. 
 		       F       C	      G
You go down to the corner drug store, and you twist your friend, 
       F        	 C	
you twist him up a Dooby. 

Chorus:
            
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