Ooh La La

"Ooh La La" is a 1973 song by the band Faces, written by Ronnie Lane and Ronnie Wood. It was the title song for the band's last studio album, Ooh La La.


Ooh La La (Abridged) (WORD)
Ooh La La (Abridged) (PDF)

Ooh La La (Full-Length) (WORD)
Ooh La La (Full-Length) (PDF)

Put your capo on the first fret to play along with the Rod Stewart video in GCEA tuning using the full-length songsheet!

The lead vocals were provided by Wood, a rarity in the band's catalog, as most lead vocals were by Rod Stewart or less often by Ronnie Lane. Stewart and Lane recorded lead vocals for it, however their producer suggested Wood give it a try, and that was the version that was used for the track which appeared on the record.

Rod Stewart covered the song himself on his 1998 solo album When We Were the New Boys in tribute to the recently deceased Lane. It was released as the first single from the album and became a top 40 hit in the US and top 20 in the UK.

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