Chords for "You're Looking Fine"
From: Terrence M Marks Date: Mon, 14 Apr 1997 09:48:04 -0400 (EDT) Subject: CRD: You're Looking Fine It's just a nice little simple song...I like it. Terrence Marks Second Student in the Tendo Kasumi School of Philosophy Remember-Jesus is your friend. You're Looking Fine C Bass Riff: G:---------------- D:-----2---3--4-5- A:-3-3---3--3----- E:---------------- C When I first saw her She looked alright, Second time that I saw her She looked outta sight. And I said, F You're lookin' fine, You're lookin' fine, You're lookin' fine, Bb F And I feel alright, C Yes, I feel alright. She got all the angles, So directly applied. And when I see her, I have to cry, You're lookin' fine, You're lookin' fine, You're lookin' fine, And I feel alright, Yeah, I feel alright. You're lookin' fine, You're lookin' fine, You're lookin' fine, And I feel alright, And I feel alright.
From: Nathan Laney Date: August 6, 2007 I'd like to suggest dropping this a key to B, so that it becomes: B When I first saw her she looked alright second time I saw her she looked out of sight, and I said E You're lookin' fine you're lookin' fine you're lookin' fine D And I feel alright A Yes I feel alright. The rest of the song follows that same progression. When in B, the riff being played is B, B, D#, B, E (hammered on from the D#), B, F, F#, and then repeats. I find it easiest to play this on the 7th fret because the frets aren't spaced as far apart, so it allows you to hold the B note on the 6th string, 7th fret with your 2nd finger, while grabbing the D# (5th string) with the index finger, the E (5th string) with your ring finger, and the F and F# (5th string) with your pinky. This allows no break in sound on the B note, the break is more subtle. When it drops to E, I play the riff in open E: E, E (open 6th string), G# (6th string, 4th fret), open E (6th string), A (either open 5th string, dampening the 6th string, or just playing the 5th fret on the 6th string), E (open 6th string), A#, B (either the 1st and 2nd frets on the 5th string, or the 6th and 7th frets of the 6th string), and repeat. No riff on D and A chords.
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