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John Anderson - Straight Tequila Night (Chord)
Album: Seminole Wind (1992)
Submitter: lmofle (923) on 4/4/04 4 comments
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 Straight Tequila Night 
 By John Anderson 
 Tabbed By Larry Mofle
 Intro Chords: 
 F#m   E 
 F#m   E 
        A            E         D  
 If you really wanna know, she comes here alot 
          A                 E         D 
 She just loves to hear the music and dance 
 A E         D        A            E           D            A           
 K-13 is her favorite song, if you play it you might have a chance 
   F#m              E 
 Tonight she's only sipping white wine 
       D                       E 
 She's friendly and fun loving most of the time 
 A         E            D          E     A    
 But don't ask her on a straight tequila night 
 A            E              D               E        A  
 She'll start thinking about him, then she's ready to fight 
 A          E      D              E      A 
 Blames her broken heart on every man in sight 
 E    D          E     F#m   E  F#m  E  	  	  	  	  
 On a straight tequila night 
 Here's a glass of Chablis, some quarters in change 
 Maybe you can turn her love life around 
 Then she won't the salt or the lime anymore 
 To shoot that old memory down 
 Just remember her heart's on the mend 
 If you ever come back to see her again 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
-HandrewTwatlers | 6/12/2004
Nice tab, Larry.

this is a fun song to play :)
-tobykeithlover | 7/30/2004
good job larry keep up the good work lary the song is cool! alright lary, later
-6AM | 9/7/2004
Great job. I always have a hard time with the F#m chord sounding good on my 12 sting so I tried capo on 2nd fret and then use Em D G C D etc.

That seems to work a lot better for me. Try it out!
-brianshuck | 4/21/2009
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