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youre no good  Linda Ronstadt



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1.)      Fe[Am]eling   b[D]etter       n[Am]ow that we're th[D]rough
2.) Well I broke a heart that's gentle and true
   Fee[Am]ling bet[D]ter cause I[Am]'m over     y[D]ou
So I broke a heart of a someone like you
I've lea[F]rned my le[G]sson but it l[C]eft a scar
I beg your forgivness on bended knee
[Am]Now I           s[D]ee what you     re[E]ally are
But I wouldn't Blame you if you said to me.
CHORUS:   You're no g[Am]ood  You're no [D]good  You're no g[Am]ood
D(stop) A D
          Baby you're[D} no Am]good  I'm gonna [Am]say it a[D]gain
          You're no g[Am]ood  You're no g[C]ood  You're no g[E]ood
D(stop) A
Baby you're no good
ENDING:
[A]I'm telling you sweet baby I'm g[D]oing my way
[A]Forget about you baby cause I'm le[D]aving today.    CHORUS
INSTRUMENTAL ENDING

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This is a song that was a hit for the Swinging Blue Jeans in the 60s and Linda Rondstadt in the 70s. It has a great lilting Am/D strum that sounds good electric and acoustic open or barred.

I found I got a nice beat combo sound by pulling pickup coils and setting my virtual amp to 17C - Tele Twang. If you have a telecaster this should be the natural sound. Start the first verse with open Am/D then move to barre for the F G C move (thats 3rd fret E shape 5th fret E shape then 5th fret Am shape). Now the tab has the next bit as Am D E, this may be so Rondstadt could soar vocally, it feels to me more like F G C again but then I'm more of a swinging blue jean.

The chorus needs some interpretation too, it's basicly Am/D all the way through with little accents, I'm not sure C and E are right, a drop to barre G on 3rd at the 'I'll say it again' bits felt better, you can then slide back up to Am at 5th which sounds cool.