» » »

Paisley Brad, I M Gonna Miss Her Chords

Artists:  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # 

I M Gonna Miss Her Chords

(ver. 1)
Paisley Brad Tabs
4/5 (4 votes)
    I M Gonna Miss Her lessons Tabs too difficult? Try these video lessons and learn fast

WWW.AZCHORDS.COM | Paisley Brad Chords - I M Gonna Miss Her Chords (ver. 1)

                Hey, everyone.  I've looked all over for this tab but couldn't
find it.  It's a really cool song for us men even though I don't
really like country.  The intro and verse is picked but I didn't
bother with all that hooey cause I just wanted to learn it to 
play for fun.  Listen to the recording for more precise info.  If

Tuning: Eb, Ab, Db, Gb, Bb, Eb

G        C         D
G        C         D     C

Well I love her
But I love to fish
I spend all day out on this lake
    G             D
And hell is all I catch
But today she met me at the door
     C               D
Said I would have to choose
     G        D/F#    Em    
If I hit that fishing hole today
G        D/F#       Em
She'd be packing all her things
    C    A         D        D(slow strum)  
And she'd be gone by noon

nc             C
Well I'm gonna miss her
When I get home
But right now I'm on this lakeshore
      G D/F#           Em
And I'm sitting in the sun
    D           C
I'm sure it'll hit me
       G                 D/F#   Em
When I walk through that door tonight
     D          C
Yeah I'm gonna miss her
Oh lookie there
I've got a bite...all right


C      G      D      G

Now there's a chance that if I hurry
D                      G
    I could beg her to stay
That water's right
And the weather's perfect
C                     G           D
No tellin' what I might catch today

Repeat Chorus.

     D         C
Yeah I'm gonna miss her
Oh lookie there
nc               (some funky steel guitar sh*t; end on G)
I've got a bite

There you go!!!  Yee-ha!!! (or whatever)
Submit corrections

↑ Back to top | Paisley Brad Chords for I M Gonna Miss Her. Lyrics for acoustic guitar and electric guitar. Tablatures and chords are parodies/interpretations of the original songs. You may use it for private study, scholarship, research or language learning purposes only