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20 classic, not-too-hard songs to enjoy with your family while you ride out the apocalypse.

Beatles - Petty - Johnny Cash - Eagles - John Denver - Dylan

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    Wild Thing
    The Troggs


    Chord Guide

            123

    A:    x02220

             132

    D:    xx0232

           231

    E:    022100

     

    Chords in parentheses are played on the 3+ (the chord change is delayed an 8th note)


    Intro:  / A - (D) - / E - - - /

     

    Chorus:
      A (½)      (D) (½)    E (½)     (D) (½)

    Wild thing,                       you make my

      A (½)      (D) (½)    E (½)     (D) (½)      

    heart sing,                        you make

      A (½)      (D) (½)    E (½)     (D) (½)  

    everything         groovy
      A (½)      (D) (½)    E (½)

    Wild thing

     

    w/Verse Riff:

    A (2)

         Wild thing, I think I love you

    A (2)
         But I wanna know for sure

    A (2)
         Come on and hold me tight

    A (2)
          I love you

    / A - (D) - / E - (D) - /  x2


    Chorus

    Instrumental Chorus

     

    w/Verse Riff:

    A (2)
         Wild thing, I think you move me

    A (2)
         But I wanna know for sure

    A (2)
         So c'mon and hold me tight

    A (2)
         You move me

    / A - (D) - / E - (D) - /

    / A - (D) - / E - - - / - - - - / - - - - / - - - - /

     


      A (½)      (D) (½)    E (½)     (D) (½)

    Wild thing,                       you make my

      A (½)      (D) (½)    E (½)     (D) (½)      

    heart sing,                        you make

     

      A (½)      (D) (½)    E (½)     (D) (½)  

    everything         groovy
      A (½)      (D) (½)    E (½)

    Wild thing                       

     

    End with one last Verse Riff


    This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.