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40 Oz To Freedom Chords (ver.4)

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40 Oz To Freedom Chords (ver.4)

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                I noticed there were no good options for people looking for the chords to this song so I 
watched a live version of the song and have put together this little simplified version 
of the song.  Those who are familiar should not have much trouble making it sound good.

Also remember that Bradley was usually so messed up that he changed stuff up all the 
time so I sometimes add D (x57775) after Eb when I feel it appropriate.

G: 355433
C: x35553
Eb: x68886
Bb: x13331

Intro: G, G, C, Eb

             G
You got your hair permed,
              C         Eb
you got your red dress on,
                   G                       C          Eb
screamin' that second beer was such a turn-on.
        G
and the fog forming on my window
Bb                 C
tells me that the mornings here
   G                                     C    Eb
and you'll be gone before too long...
                 G
Who taught you those new tricks?
        C                    Eb
Damn, I shouldn't start that talk…
      G                                    C             Eb
but life is one big question when your starin' at the clock.
          G                          Bb               C       
 G
...and the answer so is waiting at the liqour store, 40oz to freedom
                       C
so I take that walk
       Eb
And I know that
G   Bb     C
ooohhh.... I'm not goin' back
G   Bb      C
ohhhhhhh, not going back
G        Bb     C         G
ohh, God knows, I'm not going back

Repeat with that basic formula.

This is just a basic structure, and remember that the song has an uptempo style so the 
song sounds best with upstrokes on the upbeat.  Have fun!
            
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