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Pour Me A Drink Chords
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Post Malone


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[Verse 1]
 G                    Em
40 hours got me going out my mind
  G                            Em
Dallas dropped another game in overtime
 C
Caught a ticket speeding down to 65
  Am                 D
Don't know where I'm going
 
[Verse 2]
  G                               Em
Guess I really went and messed it up again
  G                           Em
Now, my baby's goner than the Tulsa wind
  C
Judging by the stone sober state I'm in
         Am           D
Need to crack one wide open
 
[Pre-Chorus]
                   G                        Em
Somebody pour me a drink, somebody bum me a smoke
                      C                             D
I'm 'bout to get on a buzz, I'm 'bout to get on a roll
                         G                                Em
Yeah, I been breakin' my back, just keepin' up with the Joneses
                    C                             D
Y'all know what I mean? Yeah, y'all know how it goes
 
[Chorus]
                    Em                    C/B
When it's up on a Friday and I'm paid, slide one over my way
  C                         C/B                      Am
I can't even think when I can hear one callin' my name
 
[Post-Chorus]
        D              G  Em
Somebody pour me a drink
D             G  Em
Pour me a drink
 
[Verse 3]
  G                      Em
Bourbon brown eyes tryna get me drunk
      G                               Em
Ain't stopping til the bottle and the job is done
    C
And I think I might’ve found my future love
    Am                        D
Buddy, you should probably buy her one
 
[Pre-Chorus]
                   G                        Em
Somebody pour me a drink, somebody bum me a smoke
                       C                             D
I'm 'bout to get on a buzz, I'm 'bout to get on a roll
                          G                              Em
Yeah, I been breakin' my back, just keepin' up with the Joneses
                   C                                D
Y'all know what I mean? Yeah, y'all know how it goes
 
[Chorus]
                     Em                  C
When it's up on a Friday and I'm paid, slide one over my way
  C/B                    C             C/B            Am
I can't even think when I can hear one callin' my name
 
[Post-Chorus]
         D            G    Em
Somebody pour me a drink
                      G    Em
Somebody pour me a drink
 
[Bridge]
G
Ooh
 
[Pre-Chorus]
                   G                        Em
Somebody pour me a drink, somebody bum me a smoke
                       C                             D
I'm 'bout to get on a buzz, I'm 'bout to get on a roll
                          G                              Em
Yeah, I been breakin' my back, just keepin' up with the Joneses
                   C                                D
Y'all know what I mean? Yeah, y'all know how it goes
 
[Chorus]
                     Em                  C
When it's up on a Friday and I'm paid, slide one over my way
  C/B                    C             C/B            Am
I can't even think when I can hear one callin' my name
 
[Post-Chorus]
         D            G    Em
Somebody pour me a drink
                      G    Em
Somebody pour me a drink




How to play "Birds Of A Feather" on guitar

[Introduction]
- Chords in D
- Strumming: For a smooth start, use a gently downward stroke.

Example: D (I want you to stay).

[Verse 1.]
- Chords: D, Bm, Em, and A.
- Strumming: For each chord, repeat the down-down-up-up-down-up rhythm.
- Concentrate on crisp transitions and a consistent beat.

Example: D 
I want you to stay till I'm in the grave.

[Refrain]
- Chords: D, Bm, Em, and A.
- Strumming: Follow the same pattern, with a slight emphasis on the downstroke.

Example: D Bm We should stick together, I know.

[Pre-Chorus]
- Chords: D, Bm, Em, and A.
- Strumming slightly harder on crucial words can help to emphasize the lyrics.

Example: D. Bm. 
 And I'm not sure what I'm crying for.

Chorus
- Сhords are D, Bm, Em, and A.
- Strumming: Maintain the pattern while increasing intensity for dynamic contrast.

Example: D 
I adore you until the day I die.

[Verse 2.]
- Use the following chords: D, Bm, Em, and A.
- Focus on rhythm and transitions to maintain consistent energy.

Example: D 
I want you to see, hmm. Bm. 
How do you look to me?

[Pre-Chorus]
- Chords: Similar to the first pre-chorus.
- Strumming: Maintain a relaxed wrist for smoother transitions.

Example: D. Bm. 
 And I'm not sure what I'm crying for.

[Chorus]
- Chords: Same as previous choruses.
- Strumming: Maintain the pattern and make smooth transitions.

Example: Bm Birds of a feather, we should stick together, I know ('Til the day that I die).

[Post-Chorus]
- Chords: D, Bm, Em, A
- Lighter strumming for a more subdued sound.

Example: D. B. I knew you in another life.

[Outro]
- Chords: D, Bm, Em, and A.
- Strumming: Follow the entrance beat and eventually fade away.

Example: D Bm Em A X. 

Common mistakes:
- Slowly transition between chords.
- Strumming: Keep your wrist flexible to minimize harsh noises.
- Timing: Use a metronome to maintain rhythm.

Billie Eilish's "Birds Of A Feather" is an emotive song exploring themes of devotion,
love, and togetherness. The lyrics emphasize a strong bond with a loved one and
the importance of sticking together through good times and bad. Billie Eilish,
noted for her unique voice and insightful lyrics, sings this song with honesty
and depth. The song's lovely melody and sincere lyrics make it a beloved
tune among many fans.

Billie Eilish (born Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O'Connell) is an American singer
and songwriter. She rose to prominence with her debut track "Ocean Eyes"
in 2015, becoming a global success. Her music explores topics of puberty,
mental health, and personal experiences, making her a highly important artist of her time.            
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