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Free Twist and Shout tab for the acoustic guitar. Learn to play The Beatles with easy chords for beginners
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Chord D (x,x,0,2,3,2)
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Chord G (3,2,0,0,3,3)
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Chord A (x,0,2,2,2,0)
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Intro: [D D-G G][A A] x2

1st Chorus/verse :
                   D D   -      G G   -        A A
Well, shake it up, baby now (shake it up, baby)
          D D  -   G G   -      A A
Twist and shout (twist and shout)
                          D D  -      G G  -    A A
C'mon c'mon, c'mon, c'mon baby now (come on baby)
                        D D  - G G   -       A A
Come on and work it all out (work it all out)


2nd Chorus/verse :
                 D D -  G G   -      A A
Well, work it on out (work it on out)
                     D D -   G G   -   A A
You know you look so good (look so good)
                    D D   -      G G  -    A A
You know you got me goin' now (got me goin')
                     D D    -        G G   -     A A
Just like I knew you would (like I knew you would, ohhh!)


3rd Chorus/verse :
                   D D   -      G G   -        A A
Well, shake it up, baby now (shake it up, baby)
          D D  -   G G   -      A A
Twist and shout (twist and shout)
                          D D  -      G G  -    A A
C'mon c'mon, c'mon, c'mon baby now (come on baby)
                        D D  - G G   -       A A
Come on and work it all out (work it all out)


4th Chorus/verse :
                             D D -   G G   -        A A
You know you twist it little girl (twist little girl)
                      D D  -  G G   -    A A
You know you twist so fine (twist so fine)
                           D D  -        G G   -           A A
Come on and twist a little closer now (twist a little closer)
                            D D -          G G   -       A A
And let me know that you're mine (let me know you're mine ooh)


Bridge: 
[D D-G G][A A-G G][D D-G G][A A-G G]
[D D-G G][A A-G G][D D-G G]

A A       A A       A A       A A       A A       A A
Ah____, Ah____, Ah____, Ah____, Woah_______ (shake it up)


5th Chorus/verse :
   D D   -      G G   -        A A
...baby now (shake it up, baby)
          D D  -   G G   -      A A
Twist and shout (twist and shout)
                          D D  -      G G  -    A A
C'mon c'mon, c'mon, c'mon baby now (come on baby)
                        D D  - G G   -       A A
Come on and work it all out (work it all out)


6th Chorus/verse :
                             D D  -  G G   -        A A
You know you twist it little girl (twist little girl)
                      D D  -  G G   -    A A
You know you twist so fine (twist so fine)
                           D D  -        G G   -           A A
Come on and twist a little closer now (twist a little closer)
                            D D -          G G   -       A A
And let me know that you're mine (let me know you're mine)


Outro :
                                    D D  -      G G   -        A A
Well, shake it, shake it, shake it, baby now (shake it up baby)
                                    D D  -      G G   -        A A
Well, shake it, shake it, shake it, baby now (shake it up baby)
                                    D D  -      G G   -        A A
Well, shake it, shake it, shake it, baby now (shake it up baby)
A A       A A       A A       A A      D D>let ring
Ah____, Ah____, Ah____, Ah____, Woah_______

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