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A Bar Song (Tipsy) Chords
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Capo 2nd fret
 
 
 
[Intro]
Em  G  C/G  G D/F#
Em  G  C/G  G D/F#
 
 
[Verse 1]
   Em          G                  C/G                  G   D/F#
My baby want a Birkin, she's been tellin' me all night long
Em           G              C/G              G D/F#
Gasoline and groceries, the list goes on and on
     Em           G                C/G               G    D/F#
This 9 to 5 ain't workin', why the hell do I work so hard?
        Em             G                 C/G               G   D/F#
I can't worry 'bout my problems, I can't take 'em when I'm gone
 
 
[Pre-Chorus]
Em                  G                         C/G
One, here comes the two, to the three, to the four
                 G              D/F#           Em
Tell 'em "Bring another round", we need plenty more
                    G                             C/G
Two steppin' on the table, she don't need a dance floor
      G
Oh my, good Lord
 
 
[Chorus]
    Em                   G
Can someone pour me up a double shot of whiskey?
C/G                   G             D/F#
They know me and Jack Daniels got a history
Em                  G
TherŠµ's a party downtown, near 5th Street
C/G              G           D/F#  Em  G
Everybody at the bar gŠµttin' tipsy
C/G              G           D/F#  Em  G
Everybody at the bar gettin' tipsy
C/G              G           D/F#
Everybody at the bar gettin' tipsy
 
 
[Verse 2]
Em                    G                          C/G
I been Boozey since I left, I ain't changin' for sh*t
                        G
Tell my ma', I ain't forget (Oh, Lord, uh)
Em                    G                         C/G
Woke up drunk at 10 a.m., we gon' do this sh*t again
                          G       D/F#
Tell your girl to bring a friend (Oh, Lord)
 
 
[Pre-Chorus]
Em                  G                         C/G
One, here comes the two, to the three, to the four
                 G              D/F#           Em
Tell 'em "Bring another round", we need plenty more
                    G                             C/G
Two steppin' on the table, she don't need a dance floor
      G
Oh my, good Lord
 
 
[Chorus]
    Em                   G
Can someone pour me up a double shot of whiskey? (A double shot of whiskey)
C/G                   G             D/F#
They know me and Jack Daniels got a history (We go way back)
Em                  G
TherŠµ's a party downtown, near 5th Street
C/G              G           D/F#  Em  G
Everybody at the bar gŠµttin' tipsy (Woo)
C/G              G           D/F#  Em  G
Everybody at the bar gettin' tipsy (At the bar gettin' tipsy)
C/G              G           D/F#
Everybody at the bar gettin' tipsy
 
 
[Bridge]
Em                  G                         C/G
One, here comes the two, to the three, to the four
               G             D/F#            Em
When it's last call and they kick us out the door
                     G                             C/G
It's gettin' kind of late but the ladies want some more
N.C.
Oh my, good Lord (Tell 'em drink some more)
 
 
[Chorus]
N.C.
Can someone pour me up a double shot of whiskey? (A double shot of whiskey)
N.C.
They know me and Jack Daniels got a history (Way back)
N.C.
There's a party downtown, near 5th Street (Come on)
N.C.
Everybody at the bar gettin' tipsy (Woo)
    Em                   G
Can someone pour me up a double shot of whiskey (A double shot of whiskey)
C/G                   G             D/F#
They know me and Jack Daniels got a history (History)
Em                 G
At the bottom of a bottle gon' miss me (Bet you gon' miss me)
C/G              G           D/F#                            Em
Everybody at the bar gettin' tipsy (At the bar gettin' tipsy)
C/G              G                 Em  G
Everybody at the bar gettin' tipsy
C/G              G           N.C.
Everybody at the bar gettin' tipsy
 
 
[Outro]
N.C.
That's f**kin' messed up, bro, they kicked me out the bar





How to play "A Bar Song (Tipsy)" on guitar

[Intro]
- Chords include Em, G, C/G, G, and D/F#
- Use the 2nd fret for capo and a down-down-up-up-down-up strumming pattern. Play smoothly and evenly.

[Verse 1.]
- Chords include Em, G, C/G, G, and D/F#
- Concentrate on smooth transitions between chords.
- Palm muting produces a more rhythmic, percussive sound.

Example:
Em G C/G G D/F# My baby wants a Birkin, she's been telling me all night.

[Pre-Chorus]
- Chords include Em, G, C/G, G, and D/F#
- Strumming: Follow the same pattern as before, but emphasize the first beat somewhat.

Example:
Em G C/G One, two, three, four.

Chorus chords include Em, G, C/G, G, and D/F#.
- Strumming: Maintain the pattern while increasing intensity for dynamic contrast.

Example: Em G. 
Can someone pour me a double shot of whiskey?

[Verse 2.]
- Use the same chords as in Verse 1.
- Focus on rhythm and transitions to maintain energy.

Example: Em = G/C/G 
I've been boozey since I left, and I'm not changing for sh*t.

[Bridge] - Chords: Em, G, C/G, G, and D/F#
- Strumming: Slow down slightly and use a softer touch for contrast.

Example: Em G C/G One, two, three, four.

[Outro]
- Chords include Em, G, C/G, G, and D/F#
- Strumming: Return to the old pattern, gradually fading out.

Example: C/G G N.C. Everyone at the bar getting tipsy.

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

Song Facts:
Shaboozey's track "A Bar Song (Tipsy)" is a colorful celebration of nightlife.
The song's lyrics discuss partying, drinking, and the escape offered by bars.
The song's appealing melody and accessible topics evoke the carefree mood
of hanging out with friends. Shaboozey, known for combining genres, adds
a fresh flavor to the party anthem. This track demonstrates his talent for
creating entertaining and engaging music that appeals to a wide audience.

Shaboozey is an American performer with a unique sound that blends hip-hop,
rock, and pop. His music generally incorporates personal experiences and
stories, making it approachable and entertaining. He is well-known for his
energetic performances and unique sound.
            
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