Track Title:               She's Tight

Album Title:               Greatest Hits
Prime Artist:              Cheap Trick
Engineer:                  Ian Taylor
Producer:                  Roy Thomas Baker

Written by:                Rick Nielsen
From the Album:            One On One  1982 (A)
intro:  D-E-E-E  D-E-E-E  D-E-E-E
      (A) When I'm down, I make a call (E-E-A)
      (A) Got this number written on the wall (E-E-B)
      (B) First it's busy then I try again (F#-F#-B)
      (B) Who is she talking to?  Could it be him?  (E-E-A)
      (A) I dial her number and it starts to ring  (E-E-A)
      (A) I get excited and I start to dream  (E-E-B)
      (B) I start to fantasize on memory lane (G#-G#-C#)
      (C#)  Then she answers and she says right away, she says, "I
    D         A
A:  5----4--2------------------
E:  -----------4-5-5-5-4-5-5-5-      (this bit played 3 times)
    Home on my own____________
    Home all alone____________
    So I got off the phone.  She's tight
    (E) She's a-(B)-head of her time.  She's tight
    (G#) She's (A)one of a kind.  She's tight.
    (E) She's a (B)talented girl.  She's tight.
    (G#)  She's got her (A)head down tight.
repeat intro
second verse:
     I had something got to say to you
     Amnesia in my train of thought
     On the tip, the tip of my tounge
     I had a vision when I was young
     You floated in, we floated up
     To a window and down the hall
     I had a smoke and went upstairs
     Turned the door and I opened the key, She spoke,
repeat pre-chorus
repeat chorus

     She's (B) giving me the go.  She's tight.
     (E)  She's (A) giving me the high sign
     We'll (B) turn out the lights
     (E) Pull down on the shades
     She's nice (A)She's tight
     (B) Turn on the camera (E)
     Get (A)ready for action
     She's nice (A)She's tight
     (B) Turn off the radio (E)
     (A)Turn on the video
repeat intro again twice, then do the outro a second time into fade
the outro takes practice, most especially because it goes from the last A
in the chorus to the B in the beginning of the outro, and your gut tells
you to jump to the E a measure too soon