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C F C F

G
What you want,
F
Baby, I got
G
What you need,
F
Do you know I got it?

G
All I’m asking
F C
Is for a little respect when you come home

C
(just a little bit)
Hey baby
F
(just a little bit)
When you get home
C
(just a little bit)
Mister
F
(just a little bit)

G
I ain’t gonna do you wrong
F
While you’re gone
G
Ain’t gonna do you wrong
F
‘Cause I don’t wanna

G
All I’m asking
F C
Is for a little respect when you come home

C
(just a little bit)
baby
G
(just a little bit)
When you get home
C
(just a little bit)
Yeah
G
(just a little bit)

G
I’m about to give you
F
all of my money
G
And all I’m askin’ in return, honey
F
Is to give me
G
my propers When you get home

C
(just a, just a, just a, just a)
F
Yeah baby, When you get home
C
(just a little bit)
Yeah
F
(just a little bit)

Interlude
F#m B F#m G

G
Ooh, your kisses
F
Sweeter than honey
G
And guess what?
F
So is my money

G
All I want you
F
to do for me

Is give it to me when you get home

C
(re, re, re, re)
Yeah baby
F
(re, re, re, re)
Whip it to me
C
(respect, just a little bit)
When you get home, now
F
(just a little bit)

C
R E S P E C T
F
Find out what it means to me
C
R E S P E C T
F
Take care, T C B

G
(sock it to me, sock it to me, sock it to me, sock it to me)
F
Ohh, A little respect

G
Whoa, babe
(just a little bit)
F
A little respect (
(just a little bit)
G
I get tired
(just a little bit)
F
Keep on tryin’
(just a little bit)
G
You’re runnin’ out of fools’
(just a little bit)
F
And I ain’t lyin’
(just a little bit)

(re, re, re, re)
Respect, when you get home

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Song Performer:

Performer: Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin, born in March 25, 1942 in Detroit, was an American singer and piano player, who got to be the most influential female singer and who’s music career would be recognized as such level to be considered one of the 100 greatest artists of all time. Franklin was known as the Queen of Soul. Began her career with her father singing Gospel at a New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit and later developed a unique style as Soul singer. Her most successful songs are: Respect, I Never Loved a Man, A Natural Woman, and I Say a Little Prayer.

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Song Composer(s)

Composer: Otis Redding

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