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Tracy Byrd - Redneck Roses (no Capo) (Chord)
Album: No Ordinary Man (1994)
Submitter: WildCard76 (169) on 5/24/03 1 comment
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REDNECK ROSES
Tracy Byrd
(Byrd/Hill)
CD: No Ordinary Man
1994 MCA Records

Intro

Not (Eb) so long ago on his (Cm7) way home from work    
Heíd (Fm) stop by the side of the (Bb) road    
Step (Fm) out of that old beat up (Bb) Ford, that he (Eb) drove                
And heíd walk around (Cm7) searchiní the ground 
For a (Fm) handful of wildflower (Bb7) blooms
(Fm) Thinkiní of where heíd be (Bb7) soon, there with (Eb) her

She called them red(Eb/G)neck (Ab) roses, (Bb) cause thatís what they (Eb) were        
A simple (Fm7) gift of love from a (Ab) country boy to his (Bb7) girl (Bb7sus) (Bb7) 
She called them (Eb/G) redneck (Ab) roses (Bb) they didnít cost a (Cm) dime (Bb) (Ab)
But (Fm) they brought a smile to her (Bb) face every (Eb) time

Now itís (Eb) years down the line she (Cm) sits home alone  
Itís the (Fm) usual end of the (Bb) day
Once a(Fm)gain heís still working (Bb) late, but he never (Eb) calls
Theyíve got a house on a hill and no (Cm) problems with bills
And a (Fm) baby thatís on the (Bb7) way
But her (Fm) heart longs for those yester(Bb7)days and his (Eb) love

She called them red(Eb/G)neck (Ab) roses, (Bb) cause thatís what they (Eb) were        
A simple (Fm7) gift of love from a (Ab) country boy to his (Bb7) girl (Bb7sus) (Bb7) 
She called them (Eb/G) redneck (Ab) roses (Bb) they didnít cost a (Cm) dime (Bb) (Ab)
But (Fm) they brought a smile to her (Bb) face every (Eb) time

They could (Fm) still bring a smile to her (Bb) face 
if he only had the (Eb) time (Db) (Eb)
 
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I have a question. Wouldn't it be the same - and easier - just to tune down a half step and play in the key of E?
-tpmadden | 5/5/2009
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