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Good Lovin Chords (ver.1)

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Good Lovin Chords (ver.1)

Young Rascals
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                Good Lovin chords
The Young Rascals

     D    G A G 4x
Good lovin'  

D G A G

      D  G A G         D  G A G
I was feelin' . . . so bad, 
  D        G      A           G      D   G A G
I asked my family doctor just what I had, 
         D        G  A
I said, "Doctor, (Doctor)
G     D    G  A
Mr. M.D., (Doctor)  
    G       D        G    A
Now can you tell me, tell me, tell me, 
       G      D     G  A
What's ailin' me?" (Doctor)

G         D     G     D     G     D    
He said, "Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, 
 D     G     D     G     D
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah) 
       E             A
Yes, indeed, all you really need 
 
         D
(Is good lovin') 
G          A          G
Gimme that good, good lovin 
      D
(Good lovin') 
G     D       G
All I need is lovin' 
      D     G A G   D G A G
(Good lovin') 

          D   G A G          D            G          A    G
Now honey please, squeeze me tight . . . (Squeeze me tight) 
    D         G         A       G      D       G      A     G
Now don't you want your baby to feel alright? (Feel alright) 
       D           G A             G        D           G        A
I said Baby . . . (Baby) . . . now it's for sure . . . (it's for sure) 
G         D      G A             G              D
I got the fever, Baby, Baby, but you've got the cure 
        G       A     G
(You've got the cure) 

         D     G     D     G     D    
I said, "Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, 
 D     G     D     G     D
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah) 
       E             A
Yes, indeed, all you really need  
         D
(Is good lovin') 
G          A          G
Gimme that good, good lovin 
      D
(Good lovin') 
G     D       G
All I need is lovin' 
      D     G A G   D G A G
(Good lovin') 

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