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Sam Cooke, Twistin The Night Away Chords (ver.3)

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Twistin The Night Away Chords (ver.3)

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                Twistin The Night Away chords
Sam Cooke

Capo II

G
Let me tell ya 'bout the place,
Em
Somewhere up New York ways
C
where the people are so gay,
D7
Twisting the night away
G
Here they have a lot of fun,
Em
Putting trouble on the run
C
Man there ain't nothing like,
D7                   G
Twisting the night a-way

G
Twisting, Twisting 
Everybody's doing great
C 
Twisting, twisting 
        D7                   G
They're twisting the night a-way

G
Here's a fella in blue jeans,
Em
He's dancing with an older queen
C
Chick's dolled up in diamond ring,
D7
Twisting the night away

G
Man you gotta see her go,
Em
Twisting to the rock'n'roll
C
Man, there ain't nothing like,
D7                   G
Twisting the night a-way

G
Twisting, Twisting 
Everybody's doing great
C 
Twisting, twisting 
        D7                   G
They're twisting the night a-way

     G
Lean up
     Em
Lean back
     C
Lean up
     D7
Lean back
   F
Wa-tusi
Em
Fly
    C
Now twist
        D7                   G
They're twisting the night a-way

G
Here's a man in evening clothes,
Em
How he got here I don't know
C
Man you gotta see him go,
D7
Twisting the night away
G
He's dancing with a chick in slacks,
Em
This chick's moving up and back
C
Man, there ain’t nothing like,
D7                    G
Twisting the night a-way!

G
Twisting, Twisting 
Everybody's doing great
C 
Twisting, twisting 
        D7                   G
They're twisting the night a-way

     G
Lean up
     Em
Lean back
     C
Lean up
     D7
Lean back
   F
Wa-tusi
Em
Fly
    C
Now twist
        D7                   G
They're twisting the night a-way

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