Wind Me Up Let Me Go
WIND ME UP (Let Me Go): CLIFF RICHARD - 1965/1966 (Talley/Montgomery) 3/4 - 88 This pretty ballad was a U.K. hit single for Cliff in 1965/1966, where it peaked on nr. 2, and charted for 12 weeks in the Top-20. In the Netherlands it got to nr. 18, and it charted for 9 weeks in the Top-40. YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoLufYfG0BM |% |: Repeat the previous Chord and Measure of 4-counts. INTRO: | D7|G |Em |G |Em | VERSE 1: G |G7 |C |% | I'm just a little tin soldier in your hands. D |% |D7 |G | I'm good for nothing, but to o-bey your com-mands. % |G7 |C |Am7 | You never really loved me I know. D |D7 |G |G-Em-D7| So wind me up, let me go. VERSE 2: G |G7 |C |% | I'm just a play thing, till you see someone else. D |% |D7 |G And then you leave me, a-lone on the shelf. |% |G7 |C |Am7 | But even tin soldiers have hearts, don't you know. D |D7 |G |% | So wind me up, let me go. CHORUS: C |% You don't really need me, |G |% you've a hundred other toys. |A |A7 And tear drops don't look good, |D |D7 | in the eyes of soldier boys. VERSE 3 / OUTRO: G |G7 |C |% | So pick me up, and hold me one more time. D |% |D7 |G | That's just conso-lation, for this heart of mine. % |G7 |C |Am7 | Whisper a sweet word, to the one who loves you so. D |D7 |G |% | Then wind me up, let me go. / (Break) D |D7 |G |Em |G |Em Then wind me up, let me go. (|G |Em |G |Em |) (: in Fade Out) Let me go.