Topic: It's A Little Bit Me It's A Little Bit You

Both versions chordie finds are essentially wrong. This is a song Neil Diamond wrote for the Monkees. Neil tends to keep the chords simple but fast, strumming with emphasis like Buddy Holly or the Everleys.

To get the correct sound capo onto the second fret and play the intro A-D-G-D. On the Monkees record what you can hear is electric piano and organ but strum with the same beat and you'll find it works great.

The verses are back and forth between A and G. The chorus is more complicated moving (A) D G A - G A but try it out and it'll soon click. The G A chord pair is used by Diamond as a punctuation so you should be flourishing it between what you sing.

I have it tabbed out fully but I can't find anywhere to post it  <img src="images/smiley_icons/icon_sad.gif" border=0 alt="Sad">

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