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This part follows but I would just soon leave it out, not something I want to try to reproduce. Normally I can (blind instinct) pick out the right note to sing from the chord but not in that case. Can't say how many times I listen to this song in the 70's, it's fun for me to be able to play it now and have it not sound half bad.
-----------------------------D A Wee whoo, beep beep
jamesp wrote: The E chord lands on "mobile" and returns the song to the verse structure. That's a better chorus too. The easy way to stay on track is to give each chord two beats until the last D which gets four.
It sounds better that way and then play either and E or Em7 right at the very end of "mobile".
Could be I'm just singing the wrong note there too.