Me And You And A Dog Named Boo - Lobo - Guitar Lesson
Songs & Artists - Lobo

Charts, TAB, and Guitar Pro Files are only made available to our TARGET Members Kent Lavoie, known professionally as Lobo, had a handful of hits in the US in the early 1970s, although he continued with a successful career around the world for much longer.

His songs are reminiscent of David Gates, among others, featuring nice chord progressions and melodies that highlight his voice.

Like most of his songs, Me And You And A Dog Named Boo is played in a standard key but capoed up a bit.

This lesson is done as an ear-training exercise where the student should start by listening to and analyzing the original recording.

I also strum through it in a segment designed for listening and hope the student can figure out what is going on.

By the end, I give you the chords and talk a bit about the arrangement but hopefully you are able to get that far on your own.

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I'd Love You To Want Me is in a Fly On The Wall lesson with Fred that went up right around the same time as this lesson. Check the Fly Forum for the link.written by TGNeil, April 16, 2016
Great job! I'll be waiting for "I'd Love You to Want Me". Thanks!written by pashto, April 16, 2016
Fun Lesson - I guessed the D and the intro of the C! Wow I might actually be starting to get this!written by yrpalal, March 20, 2016
Another catchy song I remember. I guessed most of the chords here and the capo position. Its fun improving my music IQ.written by fgrpick, March 16, 2016
Cool a request comes through! What a cool old song :-) Can't believe no one has ever covered this successfully given everyone knows someone with a dog named Boo. written by pjroberts, March 15, 2016