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You Better, You Bet

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  1. Shaktiktilar says:
    Jun 14,  · Chords (with capo on 3) 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 (G#m) A (F#) [Intro] C C F G C You better you better you bet Ooh-ooh- ooh C F G C You better you better you bet Ooh-ooh- ooh C F G C You better.
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  3. Toll says:
    Apr 09,  · I always thought of this song as the sister song to Who Are You. You Better You Bet was on Face Dances. This was the first album without Keith Moon and with Kenney Jones on drums. Pete Townshend has said he wrote it “over several weeks of clubbing and partying” while the still-married guitarist was dating a younger woman.
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  6. Neshakar says:
    You Better You Bet This song is by The Who and appears on the album Face Dances () on the live album Join Together ().
  7. Digal says:
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  8. Vudomi says:
    "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.