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Josh Turner - Your Man (Chord)
Album: Your Man (2006)
Submitter: Shantel (111) on 8/10/05 11 comments
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Your Man - Josh Turner


This is the easiest way to play it, with a capo on 4.
For chords without capo see below.


**Capo 4th fret**


Intro: G  D  A  D


D                                 G
Baby lock the door and turn the light down low
                          D
Put some music on that's soft and slow
                      A
Baby we ain't got no place to go
                 D
I hope you understand

                               G
Iíve been thinking 'bout this all day long
                      D
Never felt a feeling quite this strong
                             A
I can't believe how much it turns me on 
                 D
Just to be your man


Em
There's no hurry, don't you worry
D
We can take our time
Em                    F#m
Come a little closer, lets go over 
G              A
What I had in mind


                                  G
Baby lock the door and turn the light down low
                          D
Put some music on that's soft and slow
                      A
Baby we ain't got no place to go
                 D
I hope you understand

                               G
Iíve been thinking 'bout this all day long
                      D
Never felt a feeling quite this strong
                             A
I can't believe how much it turns me on 
                 D
Just to be your man

G  D  A  D

Em
Ain't nobody, ever loved nobody 
D
The way that I love you
Em               F#m
We're alone now, you don't how 
G                 A
Long Iíve wanted to


REPEAT VERSES

                             A
I can't believe how much it turns me on 
                 D
Just to be your man


G  D  A  D



Chords:
A   =   x02220
D   =   xx0232
Em  =   022000
F#m =   244222(bar chord) 
G   =   320003  


To play with no capo play the chords on the right instead:

A ----> C#
D       F#
Em      G#m
F#m     A#m
G       B 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
thanks for the tab. im a beginner, how about a little help with the intro? thanks.
jerkinsuf@yahoo.com
-jerkins | 8/24/2005
true true country, thanks
-jesset | 8/30/2005
smooth,smooth,smooth. wonderful song to play and sing.
-beauxx | 12/8/2005
Nice tab, but I think for 'I can't believe how much it turns me on' and the respective instrumental parts, it might be an A7 not just a plain A. See what you think!
-danielcraggs | 1/18/2006
Great job, but I actually like it better when you capo the 3rd fret instead of the fourth!
-BaseballFan13 | 2/13/2006
I love this song. Try it Capo on 2 and play in E. I use the I, IV, V for the chorus, and I, II, IV, V on the verses.
-BobGeo | 2/20/2006
Shantel, your customary outstanding work. To those who have suggested chords other than what she already has, forget it, she nailed it. Regarding what capo position to use, if and only if you can sing
that low F# (that seems to be the note that Josh drives all the women wild with,LOL), then as Shantel has suggested, a (no capo, key of F#)
is appropriate. After watching the video, it looks like Josh is
playing (capo 2, key of E), which makes it a little easier to strike
the aforementioned low F# quickly, and reduces the overall number of barre chords in the song compared to the no capo approach.
-crcrcrcr | 2/20/2006
Josh Turner is so hott!!!!
-teddy92 | 5/21/2008
Those chords do not work for standard 440. It should be capo @ 2nd fret played A E B or no capo B F# & C#
-sp40977 | 7/24/2008
sp40977 please note where it says CAPO 4 for this chart....or if you want to use no capo I put those chords at the bottom
-Shantel | 7/28/2008
ok the A in this chord chart is wrong it sounds better if you play the A with D string on 2 and the B string on two and play all other strings open. It goes exactly with the singing in this song. He is going up half steps when he sings the "baby we aint got no place to go" and you need that minor sound other than the major. Thats just my two cents
-aainswor23 | 2/28/2013
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