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Alan Jackson - It's Five O'clock Somewhere () Chords

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It's Five O'clock Somewhere () Chords

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                 Alan Jackson/Jimmy Buffet - It's 5 o'clock somewhere

Here's a correction on the last tab hope you like it.
I'll tab the intro and post soon.

Intro 
D, G, A, D,

D                  G                   D                 A
The sun is hot and that old clock is movin slow and so am I
D               G                Bm                     A    
Workday passes like molassas in wintertime but it's July
G                                D
I'm getting paid by the hour and over by the minute
A                      D
my boss just pushed me over the limit
G                  
I'd like to call him something
D                           A
I think I'll just call it a day

Chorus:
D                 G
Pour me something tall and strong
          A                D
make it a hurricane before I go insane
D                   G              A
It's only half past 12 but I don't care
                  D         G     A     D
It's five o'clock somewhere

This lunch break is gonna take all afternoon and half the night
Tomorrow mornin' I know there'll be hell to pay but baby that's alright
Ain't had a day off now in over a year,
my Jamacan vacation's gonna start right here
if the phone's for me, you can tell em I just sailed away

CHORUS

Bridge:
D, G, A, D

Bm
I can pay off my tab
       G (barre)*
pour myself in a cab
       Em      A          D
and be back to work before 2
     Bm
At a momment like this,
  G (barre)*
I can't help but wonder,
Em                      A
what would Jimmy Buffet do?


CHORUS 2X
            
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