Date: Tue, 23 Jan 96 07:11:36 -0500
From: [email protected] (Tommy Allred)
Subject: CRD: Sally G (Paul McCartney & Wings)
SALLY G - Paul McCartney & Wings
This dandy little countrified tune was the B-side of the "Junior's Farm"
single way back in 1975. The label of the record says "Recorded in
England" but I believe it was recorded in Nashville with Chet Atkins on
guitar and Floyd Cramer on piano. I don't know who played the fiddle
and the steel guitar.
INTRO
(strum each once (s-l-o-w-l-y))
Am Em C
(now into the rhythm of the song)
G C G C G C G C
VERSE 1
G A
Somewhere to the south of New York City
Am G
Lies the friendly state of Tennessee
G A
Down in Nashville Town I met a pretty
Am C G
Who made a pretty big fool out of me
CHORUS
C G C G
And they call her Sally, Sally G
A7 D7 G7
Why d'ya wanna do the things you do to me
C G C G
You're my Sally, Sally G
A Am
You took the part that was the heart of me
C G C G C G C G C
Sally G
VERSE 2
The night life took me down to Printer's Alley
Where Sally sang a song behind a bar
I cast my eyes upon her as she sang "A Tangled Mind"
I used to love her sweet guitar
REPEAT CHORUS
BRIDGE
Am
Me and Sally took up
Em
Things began to look up
G D
Me and her were goin' strong
Am
Then she started lyin'
G Am
I could see our love was dyin'
Em
I heard a voice say "move along,
C G C G C G C G C
"Move along"
VERSE 3
Now I'm on my own again and I wonder
If she ever really understood
I never thought to ask her what the letter "G" stood for
But I know for sure it wasn't good
REPEAT CHORUS
ENDING
(strum once (same as intro))
Am Em C
G C G C G C G
Sally G
(spoken)
Yeah, Sally G




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