Submitted by: Christopher R.
Feb 11, 2004
Note: palamio's tab was great, but I think that having the
capo on the 4th fret brings the sound closer and matches
a female's voice. Try it out, and tell me what you think.
Capo 4th Fret (To Match Recording)
Intro: (D) (A) (Bm) (G) (D) (A) (G) (D) (G)
(Bm) Trans-Am, (G) t-top's down.
(D) Red-light in (A) my home town.
(Bm) Nothin' to do, just (G) cruisin' around,
With a (D) couple of my best (A) friends.
So he (Bm) pulls up in this (G) blue Mustang.
(D) Finest thing we'd (A) ever seen.
All (Em) cowboy'd up in his (D/F#) hat 'n jeans.
Only (G) one thing to do when he (A) pulled away.
We went (D) flyin' down the (A) interstate,
(Bm) Chasin' those (G) Texas plates.
(D) Seventeen, we (A) couldn't wait,
To (Em) see where the (Bm) road might (G) lead. (A)
(D) Not a care in the (A) whole wide world,
(Bm) Just three Okla(G)homa girls,
(Em) Wantin' a (G/F#) piece of the Lone Star (G) state,
(A) Chasin' those Texas (D) plates.
(Bm) Blue letters read (G) 'Cowboy Fan'
(D) Texas flag on (A) top of them.
(Bm) He looked like the kinda man,
You (D) can't take home to (A) Mama.
(Bm) He went slow for a (G) couple of miles,
(D) Flashin' lights an' (A) tradin' smiles.
Then he (Em) stepped on the gas an' he (D/F#) waved goodbye,
An' we (G) couldn't catch up but we (A) had to try.
(Bm) An' I still love to remember,
(G) That Trans-Am and that summer.
(C) And just how good it (A) felt.....
(D) (A) (Bm) (G) (D) (A) (G) (D) (G) (D) (G) (A) (D)