Bell William - A Tribute To A King
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|Band name||Bell William|
|Song name||A Tribute To A King|
A TRIBUTE TO A KING - WILLIAM BELL Transcribed by Jack Lewis - email@example.com I couldn't find this anywhere, so I ditched my laziness and worked it out. Nice tune. Just to clarify - Db/D means a D chord but with a Db as the root note. VERSE D Bm Listen people listen, A G I'm gonna sing you a song, F G About a man who lived good, A but didn't live too long. D B He was born in maican georgia, A G a poor boy without a dad, F G A D He found his way to memphis, A D Singing these arms are mine CHORUS D Db/D Bm A/Bm Otis, Otis redding was his name, G F without his soul for singing, A This whole world wouldn't be the same VERSE 2 D Bm Now he travelled on the frisco, A G New York and Abroad, F G everywhere he sang, A the people would applaud D B One day he left georgia, A G wisconsin bound, F G but he didn't get to sing that night, A D The plane he was in went down CHORUS VERSE 3 D Bm He was a soul music singer, A G The king of the memphis sound F G It makes me feel so sad, A Cos now he aint around D B He died with his guitar, A G Close to his hands F G But his soul lives on today, A D In the hearts of a million fans CHORUS OUTRO: D Db/D Bm A/Bm Talking 'bout Otis, Otis redding was his name, G F HIs picture oughta be hangin', A In the music hall of fame D D/Db Bm A-B-Db-A Otis, He was known as Big O Otis, OohWe're gonna miss him so Otis, Oooh yeah, we're gonna miss him so. (FADE OUT)