Hound Dog Uke tab by Elvis Presley

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C7 chordC7
You dog
C7 chordC7
Cryin' e time
C7 chordC7 F7 chordF7
You dog
C7 chordC7
Cryin' time
G7 chordG7
Well ain't rabbit
F7 chordF7 C7 chordC7
And ain't mine
C7 chordC7
Well said classed
C7 chordC7
Well lie
F7 chordF7
Yeah they classed
F7 chordF7 C7 chordC7
Well t a lie
G7 chordG7
Well you rabbit
F7 chordF7 C7 chordC7
And you mine
C7 chordC7
nothin' dog
C7 chordC7
Cryin' time
C7 chordC7 F7 chordF7
You nothin' dog
C7 chordC7
Cryin' time
G7 chordG7
Well ain't rabbit
F7 chordF7 C7 chordC7
And mine
C7 chordC7
Well they classed
C7 chordC7
Well lie
F7 chordF7
Yeah h-classed
C7 chordC7
Well lie

 

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UkeMan1996 avatar
UkeMan1996 flag for US(ISO2) (Albany)
The chords were very easy to do and a very good song indeed.
31 Jan 2010
ukenneth avatar
ukenneth flag for DK(ISO2) (randers)
it's a version
30 Jan 2010
About this song

"Hound Dog" is a twelve-bar blues written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and originally recorded by Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton in 1952. Other early versions illustrate the differences among blues, country, and rock and roll in the mid 1950s. The 1956 remake by Elvis Presley is the best known version. This is the version that is #19 on Rolling Stone's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. "Hound Dog" was also recorded by 5 country singers in 1953 alone, and over 26 times through 1964.

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