“You’re No Good” is a song written by Clint Ballard, Jr., first performed by Dee Dee Warwick for Jubilee Records in 1963 with production by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. It has since been covered by many artists, including charting versions by Betty Everett in 1963, The Swinging Blue Jeans in 1964, and Linda Ronstadt in 1975, whose version was a number 1 hit in the United States.
Am D Am D Feeling better now that we're through Am D Am D Feeling better 'cause I'm over you F G C I learned my lesson, it left a scar Am D F E Now I see how you really are Am D You're no good You're no good Am D Am D You're no good Baby you're no good Am D I'm gonna say it again Am D You're no good You're no good You're no good Baby you're no good I broke a heart that's gentle and true Well I broke a heart over someone like you I'll beg his forgiveness on bended knee I wouldn't blame him if he said to me [Chorus] Instrumental Jam Gsus2 F / F G C Am D F E Am D Am D I'm telling you now baby and I'm going my way Am D Am D Forget about you baby 'cause I'm leaving to stay
ABOUT THE SONG
Style: Protest Folk Rock
Vocals, Guitar, Organ