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Pretty Good At Drinkin Beer Chords

(ver. 2) Click to play this song!
Billy Currington
(1)
So, here's my arrangement for this wonderful song. It is based on another version also
foound here on this site. But I didn't feel allright with some chords of that version, so
i worked it out. I also added some tabs for the intro/outro and the licks in the chorus. 

you have to transpose everything down 3 half steps. You can get this easily using the
transpose-function on the top of this site ;)

Well, said enough, here you go!
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Pretty Good At Drinking Beer
Billy Currington

Legend: ~~~~ let ring chord

Intro/Outro:
(2 Guitars, high e-string is pedal steel arranged for guitar, play with bottleneck)
e|-6/8-6------8-10108-6---------6/8-6------8-10108-6----------------------|
H|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-5/7-5------7-8-8-7-5---------5/7-5------7-8-8-7-5-------3--------------|
A|------------------------3----------------------------3-5----------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Intro.:  F C  A# C   x 2


F             C       A#             C
   I wasn't born for diggin' deep holes
F           C        A#            C
   I'm not made for pavin' long roads
F              C/E           Dm             Dm    C
   I ain't cut out to climb high line poles,   but
A#               C                F         C
A#           C
   I'm pretty good at drinkin' beer        (play like Intro)


F                C      A#         C
   I'm not the type to work in a bank
F          C        A#           C
   I'm no good at slappin' on paint
F                 C/E            Dm           Dm   C
   Don't have a knack for makin' motor's crank,   no
A#               C                 F
but I'm pretty good at drinkin' beer


A#                     A#m
  So, hand me one more,   that's what I'm here for
F                               e|-10/8---5/8---10/8/10-|
  I'm built for havin' a ball   H|-10/8---5/8---10/8/10-|
A#                     A#m
  I love the nightlife,   I love my Budlight
F                 A#    C       E|-10/8///3-|
  I like 'em cold   and tall    H|-10/8///3-|


F           C       A#             C
  I ain't much for mowin' thick grass
F            C      A#            C
  I'm too slow for workin' too fast
F           C/E          Dm              Dm    C
  I don't do windows, so honey, don't ask
A#               C                 F
But I'm pretty good at drinkin' beer

F ~~~~   C ~~~~  A# ~~~~        C ~~~~
  go getter, maybe, I'm not
F ~~~~        C ~~~~  A# ~~~~        C ~~~~
I'm not known for doin' a lot
F              C/E           Dm             Dm    C
But I do my best work when the weather's hot
A#               C                 F
I'm pretty good at drinkin' beer

A#                     A#m
  So, hand me one more,   that's what I'm here for
F                               e|-10/8---5/8---10/8/10-|
  I'm built for havin' a ball   H|-10/8---5/8---10/8/10-|
A#                     A#m
  I love the nightlife,   I love my Budlight
F                 A#    C       E|-10/8///3-|
  I like 'em cold   and tall    H|-10/8///3-|


F             C       A#             C
   I wasn't born for diggin' deep holes
F           C        A#            C
   I'm not made for pavin' long roads
F              C/E           Dm             Dm    C
   I ain't cut out to climb high line poles,   but
A#               C                F     Dm
   I'm pretty good at drinkin' beer
A# ~~~~          C ~~~~           F         C
A#           C
   I'm pretty good at drinkin' beer        (play like Intro)


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