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You Can Thank Dixie Chords (ver.2)

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You Can Thank Dixie Chords (ver.2)

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                You Can Thank Dixie

Intro:  Am G/B-C D G


           G                              Am
If you've ever ate a peach from down in Georgia
    C                      D                  G
Or just like me, you're a die-hard Earnhardt fan
               G                          Am
And if you've ever had a sip of old Jack Daniels
     C                   D             G
Or raised your glass to Sweet Home Alabam'


               Am    G/B-C
You can thank Dixie
C               D         G
You can thank Dixie for that


        G                          Am
If you ever got a whiff of orange blossoms in the wind
C                    D                G
When they start to blooming in the spring
    G              
And if you like your catfish fried 
               Am
With buttered grits there on the side,
          C                  D                    G
And you swear that boy from Memphis is still the King


               Am    G/B-C
You can thank Dixie
C               D        G
You can thank Dixie for that


Instrumental break: G Am G/B-C D G (x2) 
 
F               C                 G
If you've ever held one of them pretty little southern belles
     F                  C            G
And you know what I'm talkin' 'bout y'all
F               C           G
If you like the way I say "Yes, sir" and "Yes, ma'am"
         F              C                     D
And the way I sing my songs with a southern drawl

                     Am  G/B-C
Then you can thank Dixie
C               D         G
You can thank Dixie for that
                      Am   G/B-C
Yeah, you can thank Dixie
C                 D         G
Y'all can thank Dixie for that


Outro:  G Am G/B-C D G till fade
            
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