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Happiness Is A Warm Gun  Beatles

She's [Am9]not a girl[Am6]   who [Em]misses much     [Am]   Du du du du du du   [Em]   Oh yeah
[Dm] She's well acquainted with the touch of the velvet hand
like a lizard on a [Am]window pane               The
[Dm]man in the crowd with the multicolored mirrors on his [Am]hobnail boots
[Dm]Lying with his eyes while his hands are busy working [Am]overtime
[Dm] A soap impression of his wife which he ate and donated to the [Am]national trust
double tempo, 3/4 time, "-" equals one measure
A7 - - - - - - C - Am -
A7       -              -           -           -           -       -

I need a fix 'cause I'm goin' down, down to the bits that I left up town
[C]I need a [-]fix 'cause I'm [-]goin' down.[-]
[A7]Mother Superior [C]jump the gun,[-]     [A7]Mother Superior [G7]jump the gun.[-]     (3X)
half tempo, still 3/4 time, lyrics in () are spoken, with "oo" etc in back
[C]  Happi[Am]ness is a [F]warm gun [G7]    [C] Happi[Am]ness is a [F]warm gun, ma[G7]ma
[Cmaj7](When I [Am7]hold you [F]  in my [G7]arms   [C] And I [Am7]feel my [F]finger on your [G7]trigger [C]    I
[Am7]know no[F]body can do me [G7]no harm, because)
Happiness is a warm gun mama, etc, blah, blah (same chords, C Am F G7)
From lrw@virginia.edu Sat Jun 22 02:59:45 1996
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 1996 22:56:45 -0400
From: Laurence Watson
Subject: HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN
FROM: lrw@virginia.edu (Stuart Watson)
This is the song Happiness Is a Warm Gun,
by the Beatles. The song appeared on the
White album, released in 1968. Here it is:
                                [Am7]                     [Am6]                     [Em9]                         
||--3-----------------|--2-----------------|--2-----------------|
||--------------1-----|--------------1-----|--------------0-----|
||--------2-----------|--------2-----------|--------0-----------|
||-----2-----------2--|-----2-----------2--|-----2------------2-|
||--0--------0--------|--0--------0--------|--2--------2--------|
||--------------------|--------------------|--------------------|

(Em) 2x (Dm) (slower) (Am)
|--0-----------------||------------1-------|--------------------|
|--------------0-----||----------3---3-----|-------------0------|
|--------0-----------||----2---2-------2---|--------2--------2--|
|-----2-----------2--||--0---0-------------|--------------------|
|--2--------2--------||--------------------|---0----------------|
|--------------------||--------------------|--------------------|

(this goes on during, "She's well acquainted...)
(Am) LEADS:
|------------0-------|                     |----------|----8----|
|----------1----1----|                     |----12----|----10---|
|-------2----------2-|                     |----10----|----9----|
|----2---------------|                     |----------|---------|
|-0------------------|                     |----------|---------|
|--------------------|                     |----------|---------|

LEADS:
(bend-bend-release) (bend. bend-release) (bend-bend-release)
|----------------------|----------------------|-------------------------|
|----------------------|----------------------|-------------------------|
|----------------------|----------------------|-------------------------|
|----------------------|----------------------|-------------------------|
|--7-b(10)---3----3----|--5-b(7)--5-b(7)--3---|--7-b(9)--3----3--5b(7)--|

|--------------5-------|--------------------5-|------------5------------|

(bend) (bend-release)
|-----------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------|
|---7--3-----3---5-b(7)---5-b(7)----3-----|
|---------5----------------------------5--|        

It would be best to not follow the leads note for note,
because I'm probably wrong about the order in which they're
played. Make your own revisions. Also, listen to the song
to get the order of everything correct, and to know when to
repeat things. I'm sorry that I don't know the ending,
but if somebody would send it to me, I would be very grateful.
- Stuart Watson

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All1Song (report video to admin):
Sorry no video of the actual playing because this was an audio recording but hope it givs you the right idea. This is played with the corrected chords and the video actually sounds terrible in Mono. If you want to hear the much better Stereo version go here and listen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfpncH5jxTs&fmt=18
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