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Let's Go Chords (ver.1)

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Let's Go Chords (ver.1)

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                These are just the major chord changes. Listen to the recording for accents and other
bits. You can play the verses in different ways but this is the way I like to play it. For
little ending, just play with the A, D and G and you'll come up with it. I usually hang 
the A while the other folks do the fancy bits, then hit the G or D at the right
then end on the A. See what sounds right to you.Enjoy! T.

Summary
Verse:  A  D  A (4x)  G  A
Pre:    E  D  C
Chorus: A  D  A


Intro: A (...) G-G A
(Let the A ring once, then palm mute a bit until the song kicks in. At the right time
G-G A)

Verse:
A              D        A
She's driving away
A                   D   A
with the dim lights on
A                D      A
She's making her play
A                D      A
and she can't go wrong
          G         A
She never waits too long

She's winding them down on her clock machine
And she won't give up 'cause she's seventeen
She's a frozen fire
She's my one desire

E-E                      E-E
I don't want to hold her down
                        D-D
Don't want to break her crown
         C-C
When she says,
         A  D     A
Let's go
A          A         D     A
I like the nightlife baby
She says,
I like the night life baby
She says,
Let's go!

(break - play like verse)


She's laughing inside 'cause they can't refuse
She's so beautiful now, she doesn't wear her shoes
She never likes to choose
She's got wonderful eyes and a risqué mouth
And when I asked her before, she said she's holding out
She's a frozen fire
She's my one desire

I don't want to hold her down
Don't want to break her crown
When she says, let's go
I like the nightlife baby
She says, I like the night life baby
She says, let's go

(Wash, rinse, repeat to end. You should be able to figure out what parts go where after
Have fun.)
            
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