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Maybe Baby Tab
Maybe Baby
Buddy Holly
Tabbed by Derrick

Intro Riff
  A               F            A

(A) Maybe baby, (F#m) I'll have you
(A) Maybe baby, (F#m) you'll be true
(A) Maybe baby, (D) I'll have (E7) you for (A) me (D) (A) (E)

(A) It's funny Honey, (F#m) you don't care
(A) You never listen (F#m) to my prayers
(A) Maybe baby, (D) you will (E7) love me some-(A) day (D) (A) (A7)

Well, (D) you are the one that makes glad
(A) And you are the one that makes me sad
(D) When someday you want me, well, 
(E) I'll be there, wait and see
(A) Maybe baby, (F#m) I'll have you
(A) Maybe baby, (F#m) you'll be true
(A) Maybe baby, (D) I'll have (E7) you for (A) me (D) (A) (E)

-Instrumental-[Same as verse with guitar riff]

-Repeat Chorus-

(A) Maybe baby, (D) I'll have (E7) you for (A) me (D) (A)

I play the begining of song with a guitar riff similar to the Waylon Jennings medly
version. You can hear Buddy slide the open D chord up to E but at the end of the verses
he plays open E almost skipping the A. Buddy had such a great sense of rhythm and timing.
I read that Buddy Holly's mother partially wrote this song but was not credited. It was
recorded at the Officers mess at Tinker AFB while Buddy was on a day off from touring.
All the background vocals were added later. The drummer JI Allison was trying to play a
beat similar to Little Richards Lucille and I think thats what makes the intro sound so

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About the artist behind Maybe Baby Tab:

Charles Hardin "Buddy" Holley (September 7, 1936 – February 3, 1959)[1] was an American singer-songwriter and a pioneer of rock and roll. The change of spelling of "Holley" to "Holly" came about because of an error in a contract he was asked to sign, listing him as Buddy Holly.[1] That spelling was then adopted for his professional career.

Although his success lasted only a year and a half before his death in an airplane crash, Holly is described by critic Bruce Eder as "the single most influential creative force in early rock and roll."[2] His works and innovations were copied by his contemporaries and later musicians, notably The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, and exerted a profound influence on popular music. In 2004, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked Holly #13 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.[3]

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