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Lennon John - Whatever Gets You Tabs

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                Whatever Gets You the Night
                                   by
                              John     Lennon



   intro:  |G|Em|A7| |C| |G|

                                A
   Whatever gets you thru the night
        C          G
   'salright, 'salright.
                           A
   It's yor money or your life
       C           G
   'salright, 'salright. 
    Em                               D
   Don't need a sword to cut thru' flowers,
   C       G
   Oh no,  Oh no

                                 A
   Whatever gets you thru' your life
        C          G
   'salright, 'salright.

   Do it wrong or do it right
        C          G
   'salright, 'salright.

   Don't need a watch to waste your time,
   C       G
   Oh no,  Oh no


   Chords during Sax solo:

   |Em| |A7| | |D7|A7|D7|

    A7                        D
   Hold me darlin', come on listen to me,
   A7                 D
   I won't do you no harm;
    A7                        D
   Trust me darlin', come on listen to me 
            C                     G
   Come on listen to me, come on listen,listen.


   Chords for second Sax solo:

   |Em|A7| |C| |G|

                              A
   Whatever gets you to the light
        C          G
   'salright, 'salright
                              A
   Out of the blue or out of sight
        C          G
   'salright, 'salright     
                Em               A
   Don't need a gun to blow you mind,
      C      G
   Oh no  Oh no  

   {fade on last Sax solo}
            
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