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Trick Pony - Just What I Do (Chord)
Album: Trick Pony (2001)
Submitter: mammy (13) on 3/10/02 3 comments
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CHORDS
        F     XX3211     C     X32010
        Bb    XX3331     N/C   NO CHORD



It's just what I do when I can't get no lovin',

Just what I do when I can't get no lovin'. (Hit it!)

INTRO F   Bb  4X


VERSE I

F       C            Bb                F       C            Bb
Jessie James was an outlaw man, he was always breaking the law. 
F         C           Bb              F           C    Bb
Six guns firing from both his hands, fastest you ever saw.
Bb                    F        Bb              C
Did he do it for the money or was it for the fame? 
Bb                 F                  Bb                      C
Finally somebody asked him, "Jessie, why you wanna rob them trains?"

And Jessie said

CHORUS

F                            Bb
"It's just what I do when I can't get no lovin'. 
F                      Bb
Just what I do when I can't get no lovin'. 
F                                Bb        F  N/C
I'm the meanest hombre you ever saw cause lately I ain't gettin'
                   F                 Bb F                   Bb
no lovin' at all. It's just what I do. It's just what I do."

VERSE II

F        C              Bb     F       C      Bb
Orville Wright set his sights high up in the air.
F        C             Bb             F         C       Bb
Him and Wilbur worked day and night, he didn't seem to care.
Bb                                    F             Bb                     C
Well the town folk said "If you were meant to fly, God would've given you wings. 
Bb                          F              Bb                    C
What makes you wanna spend all your time building that flying machine?"

And Orville said


CHORUS II

F                            Bb
"It's just what I do when I can't get no lovin'. 
F                      Bb
Just what I do when I can't get no lovin'. 
F                                  Bb        F   N/C
I'm the first flight boy you ever saw cause lately I ain't gettin
                        F            Bb      F               Bb
no lovin' at all. It's just what I do. It's just what I do."

Oh yeah.

INSTRUMENTAL BREAK

Bb   F   Bb  F   Bb   F   C

VERSE III

Bb                         F                  Bb                F
Well Picaso painted them pictures. There was beauty in every stroke. 
Bb                        F                  Bb                                C
When asked about his motivation he said, "I think it's about time you should know."

CHORUS III

F                            
"It's just what I do when I can't get no lovin'. 
F N/C                     
Just what I do when I can't get no lovin'. 
          F N/C                                    F N/C
I'm the workinest painter that you ever saw cause lately I ain't gettin'
                       F             Bb      F            Bb
no lovin' at all. It's just what I do. It's just what I do.
      F            Bb      F N/C         
It's just what I do. It's just what I do when I can't get no lovin'. 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
You could also capo the second fret and play the chords D A C. Seems
easier to me just a helpful hint.
-yinielin | 12/18/2002
No, you play D A G with a capo on the third fret to make the notes
the same.
-cmtboy | 1/12/2003
If you play with a capo on the second fret,
pre>Bb/pre> becomes pre>C/pre>
pre>C/pre> becomes pre>D/pre>
pre>F/pre> becomes pre>G/pre>.

Look it up on a transposition chart if you don't believe it.
-rcktscientist | 12/23/2005
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