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The Lovin Spoonful - You Didnt Have To Be So Nice / Blues In The Bottle (Vinyl)

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  1. Apr 06,  · You Didnt Have To Be So Nice chords by The Lovin' Spoonful. 36, views, added to favorites times. Tuning: E A D G B E. Author Unregistered. E G#m You didn't have to be so nice (be so nice) A A/B I would have liked you anyway (would have liked you anyway) E G#m If you had just looked once or twice.
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  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You Didn't Have To Be So Nice / My Gal on Discogs. Label: Kama Sutra - KA • Format: Vinyl 7 The Lovin' Spoonful - You Didn't Have To Be So Nice / My Gal (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(4).
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  3. Lyrics. The Lovin' Spoonful You didn't have to be so nice I would have liked you anyway If you had just looked once or twice And gone upon your quiet way Today I said the time was right for me to follow you I knew I'd find you in a day or two And it's true (ooh) You came upon a quiet day (ooh) You simply seemed to take your place (ooh) I knew that it would be that way (ooh) The minute that I.
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  4. The Lovin' Spoonful is a pop/rock band that was formed in New York City, New York, United States in The band consisted of John Sebastian (vocals, autoharp), Zal Yanovsky (guitar), Steve Boone (bass) and Joseph Campbell Butler (drums). Yanovsky left the group in and was replaced by Jerry Yester, and Sebastian left the group in
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  5. tono: E Intro: A Amaj7 A6 Amaj7 A Amaj7 A6 Amaj7 E A Amaj7 A6 Amaj7 E B E G#m You didn't have to be so nice A A/B I would have liked you anyway E G#m If you had just looked once or twice A A/B And gone upon your quiet way A Amaj7 A6 Amaj7 E Today I said the time was right for me to follow you A Amaj7 A6 Amaj7 E I knew I'd find you in a day or two B And it's true!
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  6. 33 rows · There was a lot of pop in the Lovin' Spoonful's early folk-rock, and "You Didn't Have to Be .
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  7. "Things like the chimes on 'You Didn't Have to Be So Nice' were our attempts at creating that kind of vibe: harmonica, slide whistles and penny whistles. I hate calling it folk-rock. They called The Byrds folk-rock and then they were too lazy to come up with something else for our band, but we weren't really drawing from the Pete Seeger, Bob.
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  8. The Lovin’ Spoonful took their name from line in Mississippi John Hurt’s blues classic “Coffee Blues,” a line that went like this with a bit of spoken word at the beginning: This is the “Coffee Blues”, I likes a certain brand – Maxwell’s House – it’s good till the last drop, just like it says on the can.
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  9. Jun 06,  · 2. Didn't Want To Have To Do It 3. Do You Believe In Magic 4. You Didn't Have To Be So Nice 5. Daydream 6. Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind 7. Summer In The City 8. Six O'Clock 9. She Is Still A Mystery Younger Girl Coconut Grove Night Owl Blues.
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