You Better You Bet. You better, you better, you bet You better, you better, you bet You better, you better, you bet. I call you on the telephone My voice too rough with cigarettes. I sometimes feel I should just go home But I'm dealing with a memory that never forgets I love to hear you say my name Especially when you say yes I got your body right now on my mind But I drunk myself blind To the.
You Better You Bet By The Who From Face Dances, Acoustic: string (right channel) Electrics: string (left) and 6-string (right); solo: 6-string (centered) Acoustic Electrics C x x ; xxx and xx (6-str only, 3rd verse) (string) xxx (verse arpeggios) F 1t 1tx and 1t and xxx (string) xxx
About You Better You Bet "You Better You Bet" is a song by the British rock band The Who, appearing as the first track on their album Face Dances. It is sung by frontman Roger Daltrey with backing vocals from Pete Townshend and bassist John Entwistle. Townshend's guitar part is performed on a Rickenbacker /
Jun 14, · You Better You Bet chords by The Who. 36, views, added to favorites times. Tuning: E A D G B E. Dm Am G You better bet your life Dm Am G Or love will cut you, Cut you like a knife [Verse 2] C F G I want those feeble minded axes overthrown C F .
Capo: 3d fret Chords (with capo): C (A) xx F (D) xxX G (E) Am (F#m) Gm (Em) Abmaj7 (Fmaj7) xx Dm (Bm) x Ab (F) x Eb (C) x Bb (G) D (B) x Bm (Ab) A (F#) Intro C F G You better you better you bet C F G I call you on the telephone my voice too rough with cigarettes I sometimes feel I should just go home but I'm .
"You Better You Bet" was the Who's second-last charted single, reaching number 18 in April of , while achieving twice as much greatness in the U.K., peaking at number nine. Penned by Pete Townshend, it was their first song to hit the Top 40 since 's "Who Are You," and is arguably the strongest track from Face Dances, which introduced.