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Intro: A  G D

A                  A7
Jojo was a man who thought he was a loner
D                       A   
But he knew it wouldn't last.
A                     A7
Jojo left his home in Tucson, Arizona
D                   A    
For some California grass.


    A  A7      A   A7
Get back,  get back.
    D                        A     G  D
Get back to where you once belonged
    A  A7      A   A7
Get back,  get back.
    D                        A     
Get back to where you once belonged

Get back Jojo

Interlude: A A7 D A  G D  A A7 D A  G D

    A  A7      A   A7
Get back,  get back.
    D                        A     G  D
Get back to where you once belonged
    A  A7      A   A7
Get back,  get back.
    D                        A     
Get back to where you once belonged


A                    A7
Sweet Loretta Martin thought she was a woman
D                   A   
But she was another man
A                        A7
All the girls around her say she's got it coming
D                         A    G  D
But she gets it while she can


    A  A7      A   A7
Get back,  get back.
    D                        A     G  D
Get back to where you once belonged
    A  A7      A   A7
Get back,  get back.
    D                        A     G  D
Get back to where you once belonged

Get back Loretta. go home

Interlude: A A7 D A  G D  A A7 D A  G D

    A  A7      A   A7
Get back,  get back.
    D                        A     G  D
Get back to where you once belonged
    A  A7      A   A7
Get back,  get back.
    D                        A     G  D
Get back to where you once belonged


Get back Loretta
Your mother's waiting for you
Wearing her high-heel shoes
And her low-neck sweater
Get on home Loretta
Get back, get back.
Get back to where you once belonged.
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one Comment

  1. Thanks! I’m kinda new with two Ukuleles (A Concert and Soprano,) and Still struggle with the D chord quite a bit, but I’m sure I can get it! (G used to also give me trouble.)

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