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Gretchen Wilson - One Bud Wiser (Chord)
Album: All Jacked Up (2005)
Submitter: Shantel (88) on 10/4/05 6 comments
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One Bud Wiser - Gretchen Wilson
Album: All Jacked Up


**Capo 1st fret**


Chorus:
                  A            D             A   
Well I'm one Bud wiser than I was a minute ago.
            D   A                   D        E
I found an equalizer that makes his memory a no show. 
       D        A                D          A
And I won't be jonesin' for his lovin' anymore, 
D                 A            E             A
cause I'm one Bud wiser than I was a minute ago. 

                                                A
I dropped a quarter, played Golden Rain on the jukebox. (Thank you!) 
A                                        E
Placed my order with the guy behind the bar. 
E
And when he handed me a cold one, 
E
well I said, "Keep the change, Darlin'." 
E                                            A   C-C-A
And as I drank it down, I felt the healing start. 


Chorus:
          D       A            D             A   
Well I'm one Bud wiser than I was a minute ago.
            D   A                   D        E
I found an equalizer that makes his memory a no show. 
       D        A                D          A
And I won't be jonesin' for his lovin' anymore, 
D                 A            E             A
cause I'm one Bud wiser than I was a minute ago. 

                                          A
When he left me, he took my brand-new Silverado. 
A                                           E
I started thumbin' and I finally hitched a ride. 
E
I just came in here to drink a beer and watch the rednecks fight. 
E                                            A   C-C-A
Now I don't feel so bad goin' home alone tonight. 


Chorus:
          D       A            D             A   
Well I'm one Bud wiser than I was a minute ago.
            D   A                   D        E
I found an equalizer that makes his memory a no show. 
       D        A                D          A
And I won't be jonesin' for his lovin' anymore, 
D                 A            E             A  G-G
cause I'm one Bud wiser than I was a minute ago. 


Break: D   G-G A  G-G  D  B7  E

       E        A                D          A
And I won't be jonesin' for his lovin' anymore, 
D                 A            E             A   D
cause I'm one Bud wiser than I was a minute ago. 
                       A
Yes, I'm one bud wiser. 

 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
Standard Shantel tabbing excellence. One minor personal preference
I have is to bend and release a B to C to B twice before playing the
A chord at the end of each chorus and verse, with the exception of the chorus that immediately precedes the break. BTW, does anyone know if that is John Rich impersonating an announcer's voice in the intro?
-crcrcrcr | 10/4/2005
John Rich wrote this and has his version from back before he was with
Lonestar.

http://country.totaltabs.com/songs.asp?id=14833
-lmofle | 10/4/2005
Great transcr i ption, however i think the somg title your looking for is "Golden Ring".
-master6902 | 10/5/2005
There is a "Golden Ring" by George Jones and Tammy Wynette; there is a "Golden Rain" by Cindy Morgan. The title referred to in this song is probably the former.
-crcrcrcr | 10/7/2005
On the song title bit about Golden Ring rather than Golden Rain I agree with CRCRCR, especially so when you notice a line or two earler in the first verse when she says I won't be "jonesin" anymore which I take to mean, no more cryin' from this girl. But the important part is the TAB which is excellent as we have come to expect from the tabber. One more thought, maybe my ear is a little more Tennessee than some others. Down here, for many of us "rain" and "ring" really do rhyme -- and we like it that way! Though we never really met I do remember Gretchen from Tootsie's in Nashville. And there are more like her there waiting for chance.
-Buckaru2 | 10/7/2005
i think is great. thank u :)
-thelissukiss | 10/10/2005
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