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Trampled By Turtles, Whiskey Chords (ver.1)

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Whiskey Chords (ver.1)

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                Capo 3

C G Am
F C G
F C Am
F G C
Song is in 4/4 time.  First chord is held 4 beats, second chord is held 4 beats, 
and third chord is held 8 beats.  This pattern repeats.

Note*  After playing the final C of the progression, the band will drop to a G for 
4 beats, C for 2 beats, and back to G for 2 beats.

Ex:
C                 G                Am
Whiskey won't you come and take my troubles
      F               C           G
Cause I can't seem to do it on my own
       F                C           Am
In the morning there is hours and infinity
    F                 G               C      G C G
The starlet evening's come to take me home


I ain't got a dime in my pocket
and I just stepped on my last cigarette
But there's a bar downtown that'll give me credit
A home away from home, away I went

Solo (Same chord progression)

Tomorrow there's a train to Carolina
Tomorrow that's where I'm gonna go
To feel the warm sunshine on my shoulder
and live my days a free and easy soul

Solo (Same chord progression)

My home is with the hills and trees around me
My ceiling holds the moon and stars above
So I'll never be a lone man a' walking
I'll never live one day without love

   C                 G                Am
So whiskey won't you come and take my troubles
      F               C           G
Cause I can't seem to do it on my own
       F                C         Am
In the morning there is hours and infinity
    F                 G                Am
The starlet evening's come to take me home
    F                 G               C
The starlet evening's come to take me home
            
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