Queen - Man on the prowl

Man on the Prowl Queen The Works, 1984 Mercury The majority of this song is improvisational and flexible, I'm giving you the basic form the chords implied on the piano, but its tricky because of the walking baseline, plus vocal part can be deceptive. I added the 7th where I could hear for sure they were on the record, but a 7 can be easily added to any chord anywhere in the tune. Intro: G (baseline: G-B-D-E) Verse:
GGonna take a little walk on the wild side, D7Gonna loosen up and give me some gas
Gonna gGet me some action, goin crazy drivin in the fast lane C(lane) My baby left me alone
She left me Gdirty and I'm feeling so lonely So come hDome, come home, C7 If you dont youre gonna break my hearGt
Chorus (similar to the second half of the verse): (G) C Man on the prowl Man on the town...
Im on the lGoose and now Im looking for trouble DSo look out, look out, C7 cause Im a man on the prowl! G
Verse 2 (same as the first): (G) I dont wanna be rockin instead
D7I just wanna be low down trash I wanna gGo to the movies, all I wanna do is sit on my asCs
C(ass) So honey come home Dont Gleave me while I'm feeling so lonely
So come hDome, come home, C7 if you dont youre gonna break my heartG Chorus (similar to the second half of the verse):
(G) C Man on the prowl Man on the town...
Im on the lGoose and now Im looking for trouble D C7 G G-F#-E-D) So look out, look out, cause Im a man on the prowl!
Bridge:
CIve been dreaming bout my baby but it aint gonna get me nowhGere (G) C D Gonna teach my baby dancing, but I aint no Fred Astaire
G-G F-F C D So baby look out Im a man on the prowl G-G F-F C D Look out Im a man on the prowl
C D Yeah yeah C D Yeah Yeah D7baby,baby,baby come home G (solo starts) Man on the prowl yeah
Guitar Solo/last verse (same as verse) The outro is just a jam on a G, no real chord changes. Gotta love Rockabilly Revival! Enjoy!
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