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Famous In A Small Town Tabs (ver.1)

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Famous In A Small Town Tabs (ver.1)

Miranda Lambert
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                     FAMOUS IN A SMALL TOWN – Miranda Lambert
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Tuning: Capo 2

Note: To play with Capo 4 transpose chords as:
      A=G  D=C  E=D  F#m=Em  B7=A7

This is the motive that’s repeated at various
points throughout the song with subtle variations:

e|---0---2---0---2-0-|          e|------------------------|
B|-2---2---2---2-----|(Capo 4)= B|-0-3--0-5--0-3--0-5--3--|
G|-------------------|          
D|-------------------|          
A|-------------------|          
E|-------------------|          


Verse 1:
A                               D
They say life is so much sweeter
A                                 E
Through the telephoto end of fame
A                                         D
Around here you get just as much attention
A                  E                  A
Cheering at the high school football game


Verse 2:
A                         D
I dreamed of going to Nashville
A                                  E
Put my money down and placed my bet
A                                       D
But I just got the first buck of the season
A                            E            A
I made the front page of the Turnertown Gazette


Chorus:
      D                                       F#m           A
Every last one, route one, rural hearts got a story to tell
      D
Every grandma, in-law, ex-girlfriend
      A                            B7
Maybe knows you just a little too well
               D                                                
Whether you're late for church or you're stuck in jail
    A                D/F#
Hey word's gonna get around
A              E           A
Everybody dies famous in a small town


Verse 3:
A                        D
Tyler and Casey broke up
A                       E
It ended pretty quietly
A                                           D
We heard he was caught red-handed with her mama
   A                     E             A
So that's just what they let us all believe


Chorus:
      D                                       F#m           A
Every last one, route one, rural hearts got a story to tell
      D
Every grandma, in-law, ex-girlfriend
      A                            B7
Maybe knows you just a little too well
               D                                                
Whether you're late for church or you're stuck in jail
    A                D/F#
Hey word's gonna get around
A              E           A
Everybody dies famous in a small town


Bridge:
     F#m  D
Baby, who
             A 
Needs their faces in a magazine? 
       F#m    D
Me and you
            E
We've been stars in this town since we were 17


Verse 4:
A                                 D
Let's go on down to the quick stop
          A                                        E
Wear your yellow shades and I'll put on my tight jeans
    A                                       D
And we'll just spend the weekend burning rubber
          A                                E
And we'll let them point and stare in disbelief


Chorus:
      D                                       F#m           A
Every last one, route one, rural hearts got a story to tell
      D
Every grandma, in-law, ex-girlfriend
      A                            B7
Maybe knows you just a little too well
               D                                                
Whether you're late for church or you're stuck in jail
    A                D/F#
Hey word's gonna get around
A              E           D
Everybody dies famous in a small town
A              E           A
Everybody dies famous in a small town
            
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