Ojays - Back Stabbers
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|Song name||Back Stabbers|
"Back Stabbers" (Kenny Gamble - Leon Huff) Intro: [2X; strings enter 2nd time] Cm Bb6 / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / Abmaj7 Gm7 Fm7 G+ [2: N.C.] / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / (What they do!) Chorus: Cm (They smile in your face) Bb6 All the time they want to take your place Abmaj7 Gm7 Fm7/Bb G+/B The back stabbers (back stabbers) [repeat chorus] Verse 1: Cm7 F7 All you fellows who have someone and you really care, yeah, yeah Cm7 F7 Then it's all of you fellows who better beware, yeah yeah Ebmaj7 Abmaj7 Somebody's out to get your lady Abadd9/Bb A few of your buddies they sure look shady Ebmaj7 Abmaj7 Blades are long, clenched tight in their fist Fm7 Aimin' straight at your back G+ And I don't think they'll miss (What they do!) [repeat chorus] Verse 2: I keep gettin' all these visits from my friends, yeah, what they doin to me They come to my house again and again and again and again, yeah So are they there to see my woman I don't even be home but they just keep on comin' What can I do to get on the right track I wish they'd take some of these knives off my back [repeat chorus] [instrumental break as per intro (1X)] Low down... dirty... (What they do!) [repeat chorus to fade]: (They smile in your face) Smiling faces... smiling faces sometimes tell lies (Back stabbers) (They smile in your face) I don't need... low down, dirty bastards (Back stabbers) [fade] -- another ace 70's tab from Andrew Rogers