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Roy Orbison, Crawling Back Chords (ver.1)

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Crawling Back Chords (ver.1)

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                                            "Crawling Back"
                       (Roy Orbison - Bill Dees)


	(arpeggiated classical guitar [2X; drums enter 2nd time]):
	D [xx4232]
	/ / /  / / /  / / /  / / /

Verse 1:

	 D    G      A
	Only you and no-one else
	              G  A    D
	Can keep me crawling back

	 D       G        A
	You know I can't help myself
	              G  A    D
	And now I'm crawling back

Bridge A:

	 D                F#m
	After all  you've done to me
	      G                     Gm
	The times you've turned me down
	D                                     E7
	I still will be your clown because I love you
	    A13           D
	I'm craw-aw-ling back

Bridge B:

	 D      D6      Dmaj7    D6
	You know I would die for you
	F#7                           G
	    Heaven knows how I have cried for you
	But what else can I do
	     Bm   A   G   A   D          Bm
	But crawl on back to you-oo   oo-hoo
	  Em      A       D
	Crawling back to you

Bridge C:

	F#7                      G
	    People stop    they talk and they stare
	     A                    D
	But they don't know that you really care
	                 F#7         G       E7/Ab
	That you're only lonely and making believe
	        D/A         Em
	And you need me, a love
	           D   A/C#       G     Em   A
	When the world turns you down

Verse 2:

	     D    G         A
	Whenever you might need me
	              G  A    D
	I will come crawling back
	     D    G        A       [N.C.]
	Wherever you will lead me
	              G  A    D
	I will come crawling back


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-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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