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The Man Who Loves Women – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

07/17/2010

A year after George Harrison died, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers recorded this song as a homage to George. Petty was a great friend of his, so he decided to include a ukulele – George’s favourite instrument.

Intro:
C Co7 Dm G x 3
C   [riff] G

         C             Co7        Dm        G
He's the man who loves women
C             Co7         Dm        G
Women, women, women
         C             A7
He's the man who loves women
    Dm         G         C      [riff] G
And fallin' in love everyday

        C          Co7        Dm        G
When he sees a senorita
       C                     Co7           Dm           G
It's a sure thing that he'll heed her
         C             A7
He's the man who loves women
    Dm         G         C         Co7         Dm       G
And fallin' in love everyday

F                     Am
   But in the mornin'      when she wakes up
F                Am
   He'll be far away
F                      Am
   Keepin' his secrets safe
C   G   C   G
Hey hey hey hey

solo:
C Co7 Dm G x 3
C   [riff] G

F                     Am
   But in the mornin'      when she wakes up
F                Am
   He'll be far away
F                      Am
   Keepin' his secrets safe
C   G   C   B7
Hey hey hey hey
   Em
Ah ah ah
B7
Babe, babe, babe, babe, babe, babe, I love you
F      G

     C                 Co7        Dm       G
He's quite prepared to mingle
C                  Co7         Dm        G
Comes on like he's single
         C             Co7
He's the man who loves women
    Dm         G               C        Co7
And fallin' in love's just his way
    Dm           G               C        Co7
And one of these days he's gonna pay
    Dm         C         C     G      C     G
For fallin' in love everyday

C G C G

C        G             C             G
Oh stay away, he's the man who loves women
C        G             C             G
Oh stay away, he's the man who loves women  [etc.]


[riff] G
C

The riff:  E|-7-6-3-|

Transcribed by Dawidsu (Dave)
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