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Billy Currington - Pretty Good At Drinkin Beer Chords

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Pretty Good At Drinkin Beer Chords

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Billy Currington
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Capo 3

Intro.:  | (D) (A) | (G) (A) |  x 2

(D) I wasn't born (A) for diggin' (G)deep (A)hole
(D) I'm not (A)made for (G)pavin' long (A)roads
(D) I ain't cut (D/C#)out to climb (Bm)high line poles
But, (A) (G) I'm pretty (A)good at drinkin' (D)beer (A) (G) (A)

(D) I'm bot a (A)type to (G)work in a (A)bankae
(D) I'm no (A)good at (G)slappin' on (A)thingsuo
(D) Don't have a (D/C#)knack for makin' (Bm)mortars crankaue
No, (A) (G) but I'm pretty (A)good at drinkin' (D)beer

(Chorus)
(G) So, hand me one more, (Gm)that's what I'm here for
(D) I'm built for havin' a ball
(G) I love the nightlife, (Gm) I love my Budlight
(D) I like 'em (F#)cold (G)and (A)tall

(D) I ain't (A)much for (G)mowin' thick (A)grass
(D) I'm too (A)slow for (G)workin' too (A)fast
(D) I don't do (D/C#)windows, so (Bm)heney, don't ask
(A) (G) But I'm pretty (A)good at drinkin' (D)beer

(D) A go (A)getter, (G)maybe, I'm (A)not
(D) I'm not (A)known for (G)doin' a (A)lot
(D) But I do my (D/C#)best work when the (Bm)weather's hot
(A) (G) I'm pretty (A)good at drinkin' (D)beer

(Chorus)
(G) So, hand me one more, (Gm)that's what I'm here for
(D) I'm built for havin' a ball
(G) I love the nightlife, (Gm) I love my Budlight
(D) I like 'em (F#)cold (G)and (A)tall

(D) I wasn't born (A) for diggin' (G)deep (A)hole
(D) I'm not (A)made for (G)pavin' long (A)roads
(D) I ain't cut (D/C#)out to climb (Bm)high line poles
But, (A) (G) I'm pretty (A)good at drinkin' (D)beer

(Tag)
(A) (G) I'm pretty (A)good at drinkin' beer

Outro,:  | (D) (A) | (G) (A) | --- repeat
         (Spoken) Oh, hand me one more, boys
                  'At's what I'm here for
         | (D) (A) | (G) (A) | ----- repeat times to fade
            
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