Still another one-hit wonder: Minneapolis punkers the Castaways took this
rant to #12 in October, 1965.  Dave Marsh: 'Twenty years later, Prince
came out of the same town with two-finger organ riffs that surpassed
this one, but it took that long to beat 'em.'  -- AWR

                              "Liar, Liar"
                              (Jim Donna)



	trash organ and bass [2X]:

	C     Eb     Gm   F
	/  /  /  /   /  /  /  /

	guitar fill:



	C      Eb    Gm       F
	Liar, liar, pants on fire
	C             Eb            Gm        F
	Your nose is longer than a telephone wire

Verse 1:

	C        Eb   Gm       F
	Ask me, baby, why I'm sad
	     C       Eb          Gm            F
	You been out all night, know you been bad
	C              Eb         Gm          F
	Don't tell me different, know it's a lie
	 C             Eb    Gm         F
	Come kill me, honey, see how I cry

	(organ chords, repeated after each verse)

	C     Ab     G    F Eb
	/  /  /  /   /  /  /  /

Verse 2:

	Why must you hurt me, do what you do
	Listen here, girl, can't you see I love you
	Make a little effort, try to be true
	I'll be happy, not so blue

Bass solo:

	 C [N.C.]
	 v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v

[guitar solo over chorus chords]

[repeat chorus]

Verse 3:

	If you keep on tellin' me those lies
	Still goin' out with other guys
	There'll come a day I'll be gone
	Take my advice, won't be long

Verse 4:

	When that day comes, won't be mad
	Be free of you, but I'll still be sad
	In spite of your cheatin', still love you so
	I'll be unhappy if I let you go

[repeat chorus]

[repeat intro; end cold on C]

-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers