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Are You Ready
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FROM: Lukas Lechner, Woergl, Austria
DATE:  Sun, 27 May 2001 5:36 p.m. GMT+1
ARTIST: Grand Funk Railroad
SONG: Are You Ready
ALBUM: On Time, 1969


Are You Ready
		written by Mark Farner

Intro:  E  F#  G     4 times

Chords for Verses: just change between E and A

Are you ready
You can trust me all the way
Are you ready
Well then let me hear you say
That you're ready
And the world will know it's right
Yes, you're ready
And I know it's out of sight

E  F#  G    4 times

Solo over E  F#  G

E  F#  G    2 times


Now you're ready
Well, then what you're waiting for?
If you're ready
You just open up your door
Cause I'm ready
For ev'rything you've got
Yes I'm ready
Come and get it while it's hot

E  F#  G     4 times
then, for ending, do the changing E-A faster (?)

NOW! Finally! One more transcription (two with "Mr Limousine Driver")
of Grand Funk on the net, in addition to the "well known" 'Closer To
Home' or 'Bad Time'. Isn't it a bit few? I mean for a great band
like Grand Funk Railroad!

Corrections, questions, comments and suggestions are always welcome, just e-mail me!

	|"Won't you tell me, where have all the good times gone?" |
	|	-Ray Davies, 1965			          |
	|							  |
	|You can hardly listen to today's music. 		  |
	|      "music"?  					  |
Grand Funk Railroad - Are You Ready :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Are You Ready tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Are You Ready:

Grand Funk Railroad (later known as Grand Funk) is an American rock band. The Grand Funk Railroad lineup was highly popular during the 1970s, having sold over 25 million records and selling out arenas worldwide and having been awarded four RIAA gold albums in 1970, the most for any American Group that year. The current Grand Funk Railroad lineup uses the nickname "The American Band", from their hit song "We're an American Band". A popular take on the band during their heyday was that the critics hated them, but audiences loved them. Contrary to the name, the band is not a real funk band; but rather an attempt to pun the name "Grand Trunk Railroad" as that railroad went through Flint; although some sources cite the band's "The Locomotion" cover song as a funk track.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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