Try A Little Tenderness by Otis Redding Ukulele Chords

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This song by Otis Redding can also be played by that instruments.
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Try A Little Tenderness by Otis Redding Ukulele Chords

…TRY A LITTLE TENDERNESS… by Otis Redding

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from ‘The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul’ (1966)

Intro:

G Em, C A7, D (G)

Verse 1:

Oh, she may be weary;
Them young girls, they do get weary,
Wearing that same old shaggy dress.
But when she gets weary;
G Em, Am D7
Try a little tenderness.

Verse 2:

You know, she’s waiting; just an-ticipating,
The thing that she’ll never, never, never, never posses, yeah, yeah.
But while she’s there waiting, and without them,
Try a little tenderness, that’s all you got to do.

Bridge:

It’s not just sentimental, no, no, no;
She has her griefs and cares.
But the soft words; they are spoke so gentle, yeah,
It makes it easier, easier to bear.

Verse 3:

You won’t regret it, no, no;
Young girls, they, don’t forget it;
Love is their whole happi-ness.
But its all so easy;
All you got to do is try, try a little tenderness yeah.
All you gotta, do is dance, and hold her where you want her.

Coda:

Squeeze her, don’t tease her,
Never leave her, now get to her;
Got, got, got to try a little tenderness, yeah, yeah,
You got to know how to love her bad, take this advice, man, you got to…

Squeeze her, don’t tease her,
Never leave, you got to hold her,
Brother sometimes(?) try a little tenderness, yeah, yeah,
You got to know how to love her bad, don’t lose her, no, no.

You got to love her, tease her, always please her.
D (n.C) G
Got to try, now, now, now, try, try a little tenderness, yeah,
Watch me groove, you got to know what to do, man, take this advice;

You gotta, love her, squeeze, don’t you tease my baby...

(Fade)

CHORD DIAGRAMS:

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Tabbed by Joel from cLuMsY, Bristol, England, 2004 (clumsyband@hotmail.com)

To play the most songs, including Try A Little Tenderness by Otis Redding by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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