|Title:||Same Old Saturday Night / Try A Little Tenderness|
|Category:||World, Folk, Country|
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|A||Same Old Saturday Night
Composed By – Caro*
|B||Try A Little Tenderness
Composed By – White*
04Mama Told Me (not to Come). to Now now now Got got got to Try a little tenderness Yeah yeah Tenderness Tenderness You got got got You got to Hold her Squeeze her Never leave her Got got got got got got got Tenderness Oh yeah Tenderness Little tenderness Gotta lord you gotta hold her Squeeze her Never leave her Sock it sock it sock it sock it sock.
Redding's version of "Try a Little Tenderness" became his signature song and the biggest-selling of the records released before his death. Sam Cooke's version of this was a big influence on Redding. It was never released as a single but was one of high points of his live "Sam Cooke at the Copa" LP (1964) as part of a medley that started with "Tenderness" (followed by "Sentimental Reasons" and "You Send Me"). Three Dog Night recorded this as a tribute to the late Otis Redding. Their version became their first Top 40 hit in 1968. Their first Top 10 hit, "One," written and originally recorded by Harry Nilsson, soon followed. For Three Dog Night, it was a staple of their live shows throughout the 1980s. I didn't know how to do it the same, but I just thought, 'I've got to slow it down.
3 Dog Night-Try A Little Tenderness Sheet Music, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. Album: The 20 Original Hits.
Try a Little Tenderness" is a song written by Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, and Harry M. Woods. It was first recorded on December 8, 1932, by the Ray Noble Orchestra (with vocals by Val Rosing). Ted Lewis (Columbia 2748 D) and Ruth Etting (Melotone 12625) had hits with it in 1933. Bing Crosby also recorded it on January 9, 1933 for Brunswick Records. A version by Bob and Alf Pearson was also released in 1933. The song appears in Dr. Strangelove (1964) and Pretty in Pink (1986).
Try a Little Tenderness " as written by and Harry M/campbell Woods. Oh she may be weary Them young girls they do get wearied Wearing that same old miniskirt dress But when she gets weary You try a little tenderness. Oh man that Un hunh I know shes waiting Just anticipating The thing that youl never never possess No no no But while she there waiting. Try just a little bit of tenderness Thats all you got to do Now it might be a little bit sentimental no But she has her greavs and care But the soft words they are spoke so gentle Yeah yeah yeah And it makes it easier to bear Oh she wont regret it. No no Them young girls they dont forget it Love is their whole happiness Yeah yeha yeah But its all so easy All you got to do is try Try a little tenderness Yeah Damn that hart (hard?)
Learn to play 'Try A Little Tenderness' easy by Three Dog Night with guitar chords, lyrics and chord diagrams. Updated: June 15th, 2018. G7G7 She may be weary, women do get weary, A7A7 wearing the same shabby dress. G7G7 And when she's weary, try a little tenderness. G7G7 You know she's waiting, just anticipating, A7A7 things she may never possess. D7D7 While she's without them, C7C7 try a little tenderness. CHORUS: AmAm It's not just sentimental, she has her grief A7A7 and care. A7A7 But a word that's soft and gentle, makes it G7G7 easier to bear. G7G7 You won't regret it, women don't forget i. .A7A7 love is their whole happiness
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사Try A Little Tenderness. Ooo she may be weary Young girls they do get weary Wearin' that same old funky dress. try it, try it, try some tenderness In the mornin' you'll feel good love So I say You got to hold her Squeeze her Never leave her Sock it to me, sock it to me one more time You got to try, hey yeah I feel good love In the mornin' love Great God, you must You got to hold her Squeeze. her Never leave her. Report a problem. Writer(s): WOODS HARRY M, CAMPBELL JAMES, CONNELLY REGINALD.