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Try It  The Standells

"Try It"
(Joey Levine - Mark Bellack)
(fuzz guitar):
[G]v v v v [Bb] v v [C] v v [Bb] [C]v [G]v v v v v v v

(spoken: all right, baby it's all right
I'm gonna tell you somethin' and you'd better listen)
Verse 1:
By the w[G]ay you look I can tell that you want some [Bb] action
A[C]ction is my middle n[G]ame
Come over here, pretty girl, I'll give you satisf[Bb]action
But t[C]wo are needed for this g[Bb]ame
I'll give you sweet l[C]ove you never had bef[G]ore, yeah
[Bb]You think you've seen it a[C]ll but you don't know
what's in st[F]ore[D] [F] [D]
C'mon, t[G]ry it (mmm-mmm)
Try it (mmm-mmm)
Try it (mmm-mmm)
[(G)]Try it (mmm-mmm)[Bb] [C]
Break 1:
[/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/]  
(fuzz guitar:)
[G]v v v v v v v v v v

(you look...)
Verse 2:
You look excited and you figure that it's just a bluff - huh
A-don't you dare walk away
I'll get you, tough little chick, before you fall in love
Come here, girl, what do you say
A-just give the word and my good lovin' will start
I'll serve a feverish pitch that's headed straight for your heart
(repeat chorus)
Break 2:
[/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] 
(repeat intro riff, 2X)
G[Am]irl, once you've m[Bm]ade up your mind
Yo[C]u're gonna see that I[D]'m not lyin'
Coda (rant to fade):
C[G]ome on, try it (mmm-mmm)
Try it (mmm-mmm) (background voices continue)
Try it
Try it, baby
Try it
Aww, come on, try it
Oh, try it
Oh, try it
Come on, come on, come on (fade)
-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers

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