Girls, Girls, Girls

Words & Music:

Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars & Tommy Lee


This is fully transcribed in Guitar World.  In the original version, all guitars are dropped one full step to D tuning (D G C F A D), not Drop D tuning.  I haven't been able to find a fantab that is in the correct tuning, so I have not included any tab bits for this.


A5                        D5     A5                              E5

Friday night and I need a fight, my motorcycle and a switchblade knife.

A5                                 D5         A5             [n.c.]

Handful of grease in my hair feels right, but what I need to make me tight are



G5  A5  G5  G5  F#5  G5    G5  A5  G5   G5  F#5  E5

Girls-----, Girls--, Girls------,  long legs and burgundy lips.

C5  D5  C5  C5  B5   A5           C5  D5  C5  B5  A5

Girls-----, Girls--, Girls------, dancin' down on the Sunset Strip

G5  A5  G5  G5  F#5  E5    G5  A5  G5   G5  F#5  E5

Girls-----, Girls--, Girls------,  red lips-------, fingertips.


Trick or treat-sweet to eat, on Halloween and New Year's Eve.

Yankee girls you just can't beat, but they're the best when they're off their feet.



Girls, Girls, Girls, at the Dollhouse in Ft. Lauderdale.

Girls, Girls. Girls, rocking in Atlanta at Tattletails.

Girls, Girls, Girls, raising Hell at the 7th Veil.




Have you read the news in the "Soho Tribune"?

E            C#5                               B5

You know she did me; well, then she broke my heart.

         A5           E

I'm such a good, good boy.  I just need a new toy.

E                     C#5                                      B5

I tell ya what, girl, dance for me, I'll keep you over-employed.


Just tell me a story; you know the one I mean...


Crazy Horse, Paris, France, forget the names, remember romance

I got the photos, a menage a trios, musta broke those Frenchies laws with those



Girls, Girls. Girls, body Shop. Marble Arch

Girls, Girls, Girls, Tropicana's where I lost my heart


Girls, Girls, Girls [improv vox over this and out]


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