Summer Lovin chords with lyrics by The Tuesday Crew - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

The Tuesday Crew – Summer Lovin chords

Chords:
Transpose:
[Intro]

Dm9 G6 C A7



[Verse 1]
Dm9 G6 C A7 Happens every summer, things are moving slow
Dm9 G6 C A7 And time to un - wind only gives me time to spend a - lone
Dm9 G6 C A7 And I can’t help but wonder, if anyone’s in town
Dm9 G6 C A7 Scrolling through the phone on a Sunday just hangin' a - round
N.C. With nothing to do
[Chorus 1]
N.C. Dm9 G6 C A7 Summer Lovin' Give me, something
Dm9 G6 C A7 I’m a - bout to lose my mind
Dm9 G6 C A7 'Cause when I see you I think I need you
Dm9 G6 C A7 Every single summer time
[Verse 2]
N.C. G C A7I saw her under moonlight, a flower in her hair
Dm9 G6 C A7 I didn’t think she'd notice, but I know she caught my stare (Oh-
Dm9 G6 CM7 A7-oh) And I can’t help but wonder what she’s thinking now
Dm9 G6 C A7 Is she standing a - lone, going home, or just hanging a - round
N.C.With nothing to do
[Chorus 2]
N.C. Dm9 G6 C A7 Summer Lovin' Give me, something
Dm9 G6 C A7 I’m a - bout to lose my mind
Dm9 G6 C A7 'Cause when I see you I really think I need you
Dm9 G6 C A7 Every single summer time
[Bridge]
Dm9 Fadd9 And all the seasons in be - tween
F#dim Fadd9 They can try and mess with me
Dm9 Fadd9 But I can tell you when the feeling’s right, 'cause it
Fm7M Feels just like [Solo]
N.C. Dm9 G C A7 Summer..
Dm9 G C A7 [Chorus 3]
Dm9 G6 C A7 Summer Lovin' Give me, something
Dm9 G6 C A7 I’m a - bout to lose my mind
Dm9 G6 C A7 'Cause when I see you I really think I need you, darlin'
Dm9 G6 C A7 Every single summer time (every time!)
Dm9 G6 C A7 Every single summer time (every time!)
(Repeat til end) _____ General notes if you want to tryhard: 1: The C chord in the entire intro verse (and I think once in the solo) has a run-up to A7 that sounds like this if you wanna be fancy:
C A7e|-------------------|---0---||B|---1---1---3---4---|---2---||G|---0---0---0---0---|---0---||D|---2---2---2---2---|---2---||A|---3---3---3---3---|---0---||E|-------------------|-------||
2: You can recreate the minimal feel of the first half of the second verse by heavily palm muting the chords (P.M.), with the second half being played just one chord at a time 3: You can play the Fadd9 chord like this as it's done on the song:
Fadd9 (M7)e|---3---0-----------||B|---1-------1-------||G|---2-----------2---||D|---3---------------||A|-------------------||E|-------------------||
4: The Fm7M in the bridge can be played like this like it's done like this on the song:
Fm7M (sus2)e|---0---------------||B|---1------1--------||G|---1---------0-----||D|---3---------------||A|-------------------||E|-------------------||
5: There's another fancy run-up just after the Fm7M chord that can be done like this:
Dm9e|----------------------|--0--||B|------1-----1----3----|--1--||G|--/2-----2------------|--2--||D|----------------------|--0--||A|----------------------|-----||E|----------------------|-----||
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