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Justin Moore, I Could Kick Your Ass Chords (ver.1)

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I Could Kick Your Ass Chords (ver.1)

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                This is my very first tab.  This may not be exactly what he plays but it sounds great
playing and singing along to the chords. I figured it would be a good tab for beginners to
on there basic chords. Also this being the first version of the song posted because i 
find it for myself.


intro:
D  G  A  D  D G A D


Verse:

D
You got your million bucks
G
You got your flashy sports car
A
You got your trophy girls
D
Man you think you’re a star
D
You got your teeth bleached
G
You like to play the rich game
A
Yeah you think you’re a cowboy
D
The new jesse james

Chorus:

D
But I could kick your ass
G
I could jack your jaw
A
Put you flat in the dirt boy
D
Yeah id have a ball
D
So go ahead and act tough
G
Like your John Wayne’s son
A
But things can change fast
D
I can kick your ass

Verse:

         D
Tried to steal my girl
G
Better bring your big friends
A
Another one or two
D
Cause your gonna need them
D
You’re a little to small
            G
To be calling me names
     A
Im bout to knock that smirky little grin
D
Right off of your face

Chorus:

D
I can kick your ass
G
I could jack your jaw
A
Put you flat in the dirt boy
D
Yeah id have a ball
D
So go ahead and act tough
G
Like your John Wayne’s son
A
But things can change fast
D
I can kick your ass

:: Oh how about it boy::
D
Yeahh
D
I could kick your ass
G
I could jack your jaw
A
Put you flat in the dirt boy
D
Hell id have a ball
D
So go ahead and act tough
G
Like your John Wayne’s son
A
But things can change fast
D
I could kick your ass
D                G
The whole town will be glad
A                   D     G A D
That i kicked you ass
            
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