Suzie Q

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Suzie Q Tab

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(drums, fading in)

(7 measures of E)

Oh Susie Q, oh Susie Q
A C7
Oh Susie Q, baby I love you
B7 E
Susie Q

Verse 2:
I like the way you walk, I like the way you talk
I like the way you walk, I like the way you talk
Susie Q

(instrumental; pattern of 2 verses, then 7 measures of E)

Verse 3:
Say that you’ll be true, say that you’ll be true
Say that you’ll be true and never leave me blue
Susie Q

Verse 4:
Say that you’ll be mine, say that you’ll be mine
Say that you’ll be mine, baby, all the time
Susie Q

(27 measures of E)

(repeat verses 1 and 2)

(repeat verse 1, sing 1 octave higher)

(play E and fade)

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