Chitarra solista: Impara a suonare gli Assoli di ChitarraIntro: MIb MIb7 LAb MIb MIb7 LAb7 MIb SIb7 LAb7 MIb SIb7 MIb LAb7 The sound that you're listening to is from my guitar MIb7 LAb7 That's named Lucille I'm very crazy about Lucille MIb Lucille took me from the plantation Oh you might say, SIb7 Brought me fame LAb7 MIb I don't think I could just talk enough about Lucille Sometime when I'm blue seem like Lucille try to help SIb7 MIb Me call my name LAb7 I used to sing spirituals and I thought that this was MIb MIb7 The thing that I wanted to do But somehow or other LAb7 MIb When I went in the army I picked up on Lucille, and SIb7 Started singing blues LAb7 MIb Well, now when I'm paying my dues, maybe you don't Know what I mean when I say paying dues, I mean when SIb7 MIb Things are bad with me LAb7 I can always, I can always, MIb MIb7 LAb7 You know like, depend on Lucille Sort of hard to talk to you myself I guess I'll let MIb SIb7 LAb7 MIb Lucille say a few words and then SIb7 MIb7 You know, I doubt if you can feel it like I do But LAb7 When I think about the things that I've gone through, MIb7 Like, well for instance, if I have a girlfriend and LAb7 She misuses me, and I go home at night, maybe I'm MIb SIb7 Lonely, well not maybe, I am lonely, I pick up Lucille And it bring out those funny sounds that sound good to LAb7 MIb Me, you know LAb7 Sometime I get to the place where I MIb SIb7 MIb Can't even say nothing LAb7 MIb Look out LAb7 Sometime I think it's crying MIb SIb7 LAb7 MIb LAb MIb SIb7 MIb LAb7 MIb LAb7 You know, if I could sing pop tunes like Frank Sinatra MIb7 Or Sammy Davis Junior, I don't think I still could do SIb7 It, 'cause Lucille don't wanna play nothing but the Blues LAb7 MIb I think I'm, I think I'm pretty glad about That SIb7 Cause don't nobody sing to me like Lucille MIb LAb7 MIb LAb7 MIb Sing, Lucille SIb7 Well, I'll put it like this Take it easy, Lucille I Like the way Sammy sings and I like the way Frank LAb7 MIb Sings, but I can get a little Frank, Sammy, a little SIb7 Ray Charles, in fact all the people with soul in This MIb LAb7 MIb7 LAb7 MIb SIb7 LAb7 A little Mahalia Jackson in there MIb LAb7 MIb SIb7 MIb LAb7 One more, Lucille! MIb LAb7 MIb SIb7 LAb7 MIb LAb MIb Take it easy now SIb7 MIb You know, I imagine a lot of you wanna know, a lot of LAb7 You wanna know why I call the guitar Lucille MIb Lucille Has practically saved my life two or three times LAb7 No Kidding, it really has MIb I remember once I was in an automobile accident, and When the car stopped turning over, it fell over on SIb7 Lucille, and it held it up off me, really, it held it LAb7 MIb Up off me LAb MIb So that's one time it saved my life SIb7 MIb LAb7 The way, the way I came by the name of Lucille, I was MIb Over in Twist, Arkansas, I know you've never heard of LAb7 That one, have you? And one night the guys started a Ball over there, you know, they started brawling, you MIb Know what I mean And the guy that was mad with his SIb7 Old lady, when she fell over on this gas tank that was LAb7 MIb LAb7 MIb Burning for heat, the gas ran all over the floor SIb7 MIb LAb7 MIb And when the gas ran all over the floor, the building Caught on fire, and almost burned me up trying to save LAb7 Lucille Oh I, I imagine you're still wondering why I MIb Call it Lucille, the lady that started that brawl that SIb7 LAb7 Night was named Lucille MIb LAb MIb And that's been Lucille ever since to me SIb7 MIb LAb7 MIb MIb7 One more Now, Lucille LAb7 MIb SIb7 LAb7 Sounds pretty good to me Can I do one more? MIb SIb7 MIb7 LAb7 MIb7 LAb7 MIb SIb7 Look out, Lucille LAb7 Sounds pretty good I think I'll try one more MIb LAb7 MIb SIb7 All Right...
CreditsAutore: KING B B
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Lucille è un brano scritto e inciso dal grandissimo B.B. King, contenuto nell'album omonimo pubblicato nel 1968 e il cui nome prende ispirazione da una sua chitarra, una Gibson ES-335 nera. Il disco conferma il chitarrista statunitense come protagonista indiscusso del blues. Il pezzo è ovviamente anch’esso un blues ma con un tempo lento, molto elegante e raffinato. La melodia è assente ma la voce riesce comunque ad essere musicale.