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George Canyon - One Good Friend Chords

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One Good Friend Chords

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George Canyon
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                I'm not much of a country fan, but this song is awesome! And I'm also a major newbie at 
but I'll do my best!




(He picks almost the entire song, you can strum this, but it doesn't sound as good. It's 
that hard, if you listen to the song, you'll get it.)

D
Well, my dad, he used to tell me

A
Any man can ba a king

C
It aint that complicated

       Bm
It's a very simple thing

Bb
You don't need no castle

     D       A        Bm
Or throne for sittin' in

             Bb       A    D
All you need is one good friend

   D
If ya find yourself somebody

A
Who would meet you at a stump

    C
On a rainy Sunday mornin,

            Bm
Before the sun is even up

          Bb
Who will stand right there beside you

       D   A         Bm
Fight any fight you're in

                Bb   A    D
Then you've got one good friend

(He strums this part, instead of picking)

G
There aint nothing wrong

                                D
With all those rowdy boys I run with

Em                 G                  D
The ones that I go drink with, after work

 G                 A
Lately it's been hittin' me,

 C                  D
When my heart's in trouble

Em                  G                 A7
You're the one that always shows up first

            D
You're a pleasure as a lover,

        Am
And a treasure as a wife

   C
I don't have to wonder,

             Bm
Who I can count on in this life

                Bb           D        A    Bm
You've already proved it to me, time and time again

              Bb   A    D
Baby, you're one good friend

        G
You're the one that sends me flyin'

     Bb    A    Bm
And gently reels me in

             Bb   A      D
Baby, you're one good friend

Thats all folks! A great song, by a great Nova Scotian artist!
            
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