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Easton Corbin - I'm A Little More Country Than That (Chord)
Album: Easton Corbin (2010)
Submitter: BrianEarlHaines (28) on 7/31/09 12 comments
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Title: I'm A Little More Country Than That
Artist: Easton Corbin
Transcribed By: Brian Earl Haines



With Capo on:            Without Capo:
|--3-2---3-2------------|--7-6---7-6------------|
|------3-----3-0-1-3----|------7-----7-4-5-7----|
|--------------------0--|--------------------4--|
|-----------------------|-----------------------|
|-----------------------|-----------------------|
|-----------------------|-----------------------|


Capo 4

Intro: G

G
Imagine a dirt road full of potholes

With a creek bank and some cane polls
        Am
Catching channel cat
C                 D            G
I'm a little more country than that

G
Picture a small town with an old hound

Laying out front of the court house
Am
While the old men chew the fat
C                 D            G
I'm a little more country than that


       C            G/B
I just want to make sure you know 
Am              G/B           C
Just who you're getting under this old hat
C                G/B
Cus girl I'm not the kind to 
Am          G/B          C
Two-time or play games behind your back
D                              G
I'm a little more country than that


G
Think of a Hank song from days gone

Where the steel ride is so strong
        Am 
It sends chills up your back
C                 D            G
I'm a little more country than that

G
If you want a brick home in a school zone

With the doors locked and alarms on
Am
Girl, you're way off track
C                 D            G
I'm a little more country than that


       C            G/B
I just want to make sure you know 
Am              G/B           C
Just who you're getting under this old hat
C                G/B
Cus girl I'm not the kind to 
Am          G/B          C
Two-time or play games behind your back
D                              G
I'm a little more country than that


G  Am  G/B  C  D  G
Transcribed By BrianEarlHaines  at  CountryTabs.com

   C             G/B
Ya I'm sure that you've heard those 
Am               G/B        C
Three words from others but they fell flat
C                   G/B
But this ring ain't something that 
Am        G/B          C
I mean to give you and then take back
D                              G
I'm a little more country than that
Am                D            G
I'm a little more country than that
Am                D            G
I'm a little more country than that
 
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Great song and great tab! good job!
-GFunderburg | 10/21/2009
Great job with the chords, thanks so much. One little correction on the lyrics, the first line of the fourth verse is "If you want a brick home in a school zone." Like I said, thanks so much for the chords.
-dumbbballstar | 11/22/2009
I believe it is "break cone". When I first heard this song I debated much with friends and we all decided it was break cone. Look it up, there are programs across the country where they us break cones in school zones. Besides, why wouldn't he want a brick home? Makes more sense that he wouldn't want to deal with the traffic than a nice home!
-BrianEarlHaines | 11/23/2009
Excellent job and this is a great song. The words are "brick home". I've got a recording of this by the writer Wynn Varble and it's very clear in his version.
-ltmbarker | 12/7/2009
OK, I changed it to Brick Home.
-BrianEarlHaines | 12/12/2009
AWESOME TAB!!!!!!!!!!! only thing I do different is I play Cadd9 instead of C. I watched Easton play it and he plays with the Cadd9. It makes the progression and all the hammers easier to play. He does play the C at the end though. AWESOME JOB!!!!
-tuskfire8 | 3/3/2010
That might be true but Easton Corbin is not the guitar player on the recording. The recorded version is using a regular C chord.
-BrianEarlHaines | 3/3/2010
This album/CD is what country music has been missing for years. I have no idea why I fooled myself into believing it was ok that country music changed. Easton Corbin has opened my eyes and I have reclaimed my faith in country music. This is the best debut album my ears have ever had the pleasure of hearing. At the moment, this song sits at #6 on Billboard and Mediabase. With any luck, the song will crack Top-5. Rumor has it that Roll With It will be the follow-up single. Roll With It has #1 stamped all over it!
-WildCard76 | 3/4/2010
I couldn't agree more, his entire album is amazing. Worth every single penny. This guy will single-handedly save mainstream country music. I can't believe some of the stuff on the radio these days. I'm happy someone put some real country music out.
-cyra | 3/6/2010
If you guy's like this album you should check out Chris Young's album "the man i want to be" Same type of thing. Both albums have George Strait's studio ace's on them. Eddie Bayers, Glenn Worf, Brent Mason, Paul Franklin, Wes Hightower, Biff Watson, John Hobbs. That's why you think it sounds like traditional country.
-BrianEarlHaines | 3/8/2010
I have to agree with those who said you did a great job with the chords. I also have to agree with those who said this is a great new example of what country should be and should have always been. When I first heard this song, I thought it was George Strait. I think it sounds just like him.
-tpmadden | 3/9/2010
Does anyone know the strum pattern to play this with i'm struggling to figure it out. The finger picking maybe too.
-theryneshow | 11/6/2010
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