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Black Cat Chords
janet jackson BLACK CAT     tabbed by Will Burns
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Intro and Chorus:

e-----------------------------------|   ~ = tremolo
b-----------------------------------|
g-----------------------------------|   s = slide(eg. slide from 6th
d-----7-------5--------5------------|             fret to 5th fret and
a-5-7---7~5-7---7~~5-7---7----------|             then from 3rd to 12th)
E--------------------------6s5-3s12-|


Verse:

E5- (play this power chord all through the verse)

All the lonely nights I spend alone, Never around to love me
You're always gone Cause you're hangin out, Breakin' the rules
Oh the man has come Looking for you You're a rebel now Don't give a damn
Always carrying on With the gang I'm trying to tell you boy
It's a mistake I'm trying to tell you boy Before it's too late

Bridge:

B5                                         A5

Don't understand Why you insist On ways of living such a dangerous life

B5                                       A5

Time after time you stay away And I just know that you're telling me


lies.


Chorus: See tab right at top for chorus tab!!

!!!!CHORDS USED!!!!:
                       E a d g b E   NOTE: the x means dont play
                                           that string!!
                  E5=  0 2 2 x x x

                  A5=  x 0 2 2 x x

                  B5=  x 2 4 4 x x

 
 
Janet Jackson - Black Cat Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Black Cat tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Black Cat Chords:

Janet Damita Jo Jackson (born May 16, 1966) is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, dancer and actress. Born in Gary, Indiana and raised in Encino, California, she is the youngest member of the Jackson family of musicians. Initially performing on stage with her family at the age of seven, Jackson began her career as an actress with the variety television series The Jacksons. She went on to star in other television shows including Good Times, A New Kind of Family, Diff'rent Strokes, and Fame.

Jackson faced initial difficulties after launching her recording career in 1982, often criticized for having a limited vocal range and being yet another child from the Jackson family to become a recording artist. However, with the collaboration of record producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Jackson found record-breaking success, producing five consecutive number one studio albums on the Billboard 200; beginning with the release of Control (1986) followed by Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989), janet. (1993), The Velvet Rope (1997), and All for You (2001). While the critical and commercial success of her musically innovative multi-platinum albums, stylistic music videos and signature dance choreography cemented Jackson as a pop icon, she has faced poor reception on subsequent albums, with critics comparing her contemporary work less favorably to that of her initial breakthroughs.

Though Jackson is listed by the Recording Industry Association of America as the eleventh top-selling female artist in the United States with 26 million certified albums, Billboard magazine named her one of the top-ten selling artists in the history of contemporary music.[1][2][3] She is ranked as the ninth most successful act in the history of rock and roll and the second most successful female artist in pop music history, having sold over 100 million albums worldwide.[4][5][6] Amidst her recording career, Jackson has also starred in several feature films since the mid-1990s. Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married? (2007), for which Jackson won a NAACP Image Award, became her third consecutive film to open at number one at the box office, following Poetic Justice (1993) and Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000).

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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