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Blake Shelton - Georgia In A Jug (Chord)
Album: The Dreamer (2003)
Submitter: WildCard76 (227) on 2/10/03 1 comment
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GEORGIA IN A JUG
Blake Shelton
From the CD "The Dreamer"
Writer: Braddock

Capo III

Intro 

(D) Mason jars on the dresser, filled with (G) quarters, and (E) dollars
(A) Savin' 'em for our trip around the (D) world
But now that you changed your tune, there'll (G) be no honey(E)moon       
So (A) tonight I'm going there without you (D) girl
   
(No chord) I'm going down to Mexico, in a glass of te(G)quila       
Going (A) down to Puerto Rico, in a bottle of (D) rum                   
Going out to Honolu(D7)lu, (G) in a Mai Tai (E) mug        
And I'm (A) coming back home to Georgia, in a (D) jug

We'll (D) never ride that bus to Mexico (G) City, that's a (E) pity          
We'll (A) never sail our ship into Old San (D) Juan         
You'll never walk with me, on the (G) beach at Waiki(E)ki               
And we'll (A) never share that brick suburban (D) home

To(A)day I'm taking that money out of that (E) jar                                      
Tonight I'll buy my ticket, down at the corner (A) bar
 
(No chord) I'm going down to Mexico, in a glass of te(G)quila         
Going (A) down to Puerto Rico, in a bottle of (D) rum                   
Going out to Hono(D7)lulu, (G) in a Mai Tai (E) mug       
And I'm (A) coming back home to Georgia, in a (D) jug
Then, I'm (A) coming back home to Georgia, in a (D) jug
 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
I don't doubt that he's playing that way because in a full band you
have the bass guitar (or lead in some cases) to do the walk downs for
you. In this case, I tabbed it like I hear it and if I were playing
alone, adding in the bass notes gives you a more advance sound than
the chords.


-lmofle | 3/8/2004
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