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Slim Dusty - I Love To Have A Beer With Duncan Chords

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I Love To Have A Beer With Duncan Chords

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                "I Love To Have A Beer With Duncan"
written by Slim Dusty


(C)I love to have a beer with Duncan
I love to have a beer with (G7)Dunk
We drink in moderation
And we never ever ever get(F) rolling (G7)drunk
We (C)drink at The Town & Country
Where the atmosphere is (F)great
I love to have a beer with(Dm)Duncan
Coz (G7)Duncan's me (C)mate

* I'm not really sure about the additional lyrics; 
I've sang this song so many times and generally ask
members of the audience for their name and then try 
and make something up on the fly: it works most of the time. 

Originally, I think there was Kevin...

I love to have a beer with Kevin
I love to have a beer with Kev
We drink in moderation 
And he drives me home in his big ol' Chev

There was Patrick

I love to have a beer with Patrick
I love to have a beer with Pat
We drink in moderation 
And it really wouldn't matter if the beer was flat

And Robert

I love to have a beer with Robert
I love to have a beer with Bob
We drink in moderation 
Just one more and back on the job

That's all I can remember...

The key change section starts with a simple flat picked bass 
run on the C chord: C - B - A - G - 
and then to the A chord as Slim yells "Change Key!" 
and then to the D chord where the original progression continues.

Hope this works for you
Paul Buckberry
mailto:paul at buckberry.com
What's so funny 'bout peace, love and understanding?

 
            
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