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You Got It Roy Orbison
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Welcome to my You Got It Roy Orbison page where you'll find the lyrics to this song, a free pdf chords and lyrics sheet along with tutorial demos and a link to purchase full lessons in .mp4 format.  


 You Got It Roy Orbison
Chords, Lyrics, Demo, Tutorial

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You Got It is another song written by Bono, along with his U2 bandmates The Edge and drummer Larry Mullen Jr. It was recorded by Roy Orbison in 1988, and produced by Jeff Lynne of the Electric Light Orchestra.

"You Got It" is an upbeat and catchy pop-rock song that features Orbison's distinctive vocals, as well as a prominent guitar riff and horn section. The lyrics express the joy and excitement of falling in love, with lines like "Anything you want, you got it / Anything you need, you got it / Anything at all, you got it."

The song was a comeback hit for Orbison, who had experienced a decline in popularity in the 1980s. "You Got It" reached the top 10 in several countries, including the US and UK, and its success helped to reignite Orbison's career.

Sadly, Orbison passed away in December 1988, just a few months after the song's release. "You Got It" became one of his most enduring hits and a fitting tribute to his talent and legacy as one of rock and roll's greatest vocalists.

  • Drop D Tuning: Yes
  • Capo: No
  • Rhythm: root down up down up root up down up and repeat
  • Picking: No
  • Chords: G, F, C, D, Em, Bm, B7

You Got It Lyrics

Every time I look into your loving eyes
I see a love that money just can't buy

One look from you, I drift away
I pray that you are here to stay

Anything you want, you got it
Anything you need, you got it
Anything at all, you got it, baby

Every time I hold you I begin to understand
Everything about you tells me I'm your man

I live (I live)
My life (my life)
To be (To be)
With you (with you)
No one (no one)
Can do (can do)
The things (the things)
You do (you do)

Anything you want, you got it
Anything you need, you got it
Anything at all, you got it, baby

Anything you want (you got it)
Anything you need (you got it)
Anything at all

Do-do-do-do-doo (oh)
Do-do-do-do-doo (oh, yeah)
Do-do-do-do-doo (yeah, yeah, yeah)
(You got it)

I'm glad to give my love to you
I know you feel the way I do

Anything you want, you got it
Anything you need, you got it
Anything at all, you got it, baby

Anything you want, you got it
Anything you need, you got it
Anything at all, you got it, baby

Anything at all (you got it)
Baby
You got it

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Chords & Lyrics

 


You Got It Guitar Tips

This song you can play in Drop D Tuning or not. The song starts in G and you'll also need the following chords including F, C, D, Em, Bm and B7. The strumming pattern you'll want here is a root down up down up root up down up and repeat that pattern.

There is no picking break in this song and it's probably best not to try and jam one in as I'm not sure it would fit very well.

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A Little Background On The Video You Got It

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The music video for "You Got It" by Roy Orbison was directed by filmmaker and music video director, David Fincher, and was released in 1989.

The video features Roy Orbison performing the song in a studio with a live band, intercut with scenes of a woman walking through the city and encountering various strangers who are revealed to have unexpected talents or abilities. For example, a man on a crowded bus is shown to be an excellent dancer, while a woman in a diner is revealed to have a beautiful singing voice.

Throughout the video, the woman is accompanied by a mysterious figure in a trench coat, played by actor Billy Zane. At the end of the video, the woman and the trench coat figure meet on a rooftop, and it is revealed that he is actually Roy Orbison, who removes his disguise and continues singing the song.

The music video was well-received and was praised for its creative concept and direction by David Fincher, who went on to become a highly successful filmmaker, directing movies such as "Fight Club", "The Social Network", and "Gone Girl".

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