Faces – Ooh La La tab

Ooh La La (R.Wood/R.Lane)
Tabbed by Danny Laycock

*Capo 1st Fret* Play everything 1 fret higher than written w/capo

Intro/outro: D Em7 G|--------------------------------||--------------------------------||--2-----------------------------||----5-4-2-0h2-4--5-4-2----------||-----------------------5-0h2-5--||--------------------------------|
Simple Melody Line: D Em7 G|----------------------------------||----------------------------------||--2-2-2-4-2---------0-0-0---------||------------4-0-2-2-------4-2-0---||----------------------------------||----------------------------------|
Chordal Version: D Em7 G|-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-------0-0---3-3-3-3----------||-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-------3-3---3-3-3-3----------||-2-2-2-4-2-0-2-------0-0---0-0-0-0----------||-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--4-0--2-2---0-0-0-0--4-2-0---||---------------------2-2---2-2-2-2----------||---------------------------3-3-3-3----------|
Verse 1: D Em7 Poor old Granddad I laughed at all his words D Em7 I thought he was a bitter man He spoke of women's ways D Em7 They'll trap you, then they use you Be-fore you even know D Em7 For love is blind and you're far too kind Don't ever let it show Chorus: D Em7 G I wish that I knew all I know now When I was younger D Em7 G I wish that I knew all I know now When I was stronger. Main Melody x2 Verse 2: D Em7 The Can Can's such a pretty show They'll steal your heart away D Em7 But backstage, back on earth again The dressing rooms are great D Em7 They come on strong and it ain't too long Before they make you feel a man D Em7 But love is blind and you soon will find You're just a boy again Chorus Play around with D chord during 'solo' Main melody x2 Verse 3: D Em7 When you want her lips, you get a cheek Makes you wonder where you are D Em7 If you want some more and she's fast asleep Leaves you twinkling with the stars. D Em7 Poor young grandson, there's nothing I can say D Em7 You'll have to learn, just like me And that's the hardest way Chorus Main melody x2 Start ooh la la-ing Main Melody x4 Play intro/outro Questions, problems, corrections, or even better, compliments, Mail me: Danny Laycock (thisisdannylaycock@hotmail.com)
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