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Shooter Jennings - Outlaw You chords

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Chorded by :Nathaniel Newman
e-mail : nathanielnewmanmusic  gmail.com
Date : 9/2/2011

Learned by ear so chords may not be 100%


INTRO - Em, G, D, C 2x Em (stay on Em to FIRST G chord)


VERSE 1

                                  Em
I get home from a long day.
                    G
Put on the radio.
                                  D
Lookin for some country soul.
                             C
But I don't find it, no.

VERSE 2
                         Em
It's a dirt road free for all.
                                                G
Some ol boys sayin they're outlaws.
                                                  D
They dress the part and they talk the talk.
                                                   C
You know they been taught to walk the walk.

PRE- CHORUS

 Em
These boys think they're tough.
                            D
Like they been robbin banks.
   Am
Cause they name drop Johnny Cash.
                        Bm
And they name drop poor ol Hank.
 
CHORUS

Em
Hey pretty boy in the base ball hat.
G
You couldn't hit country with a baseball bat.
D
Country ain't just about where you're at.
C                                                 D
It's about bein true to what's inside of you.

CHORUS 2
Em
You say you're an outlaw, with your perfect boots
  G
That you got from your record label's image group.
   D
Sing another man's song with a big drum loop.
  C                                       D
Listen son, you ain't got a clue. 
  C
You can't buy true.
                            D
Tell ya what they should do.
                       Em, G, D, C
They should Outlaw You.


VERSE 3 
              Em
Let me paint a picture for you.
                G
Nashville in '62
                                D
The formula had proven true.
                          C
They didn't let nothin new through.

VERSE 4
                            Em
When Waylon came to town.
                                G
They didn't like his original sound.
                                D
They tried hard to keep him down.
                                C
They tried hard to starve him out.
                 Em
But he kept playin shows.

And pressin on.
                G
Chippin away song by song.
                            D
After years and years of strugglin strong.
                                              C
He got his chance and he took it to Number one
                  Em
With This Time. in 74
                                  G
With his band in the back and four on the floor.
                       D
That one record busted down the door.
                                     C
And the record labels had the control no more.
                Em
Then in '76 came the outlaws record.
                        G
Sold the first million in country music ever.
                    D
Those ol boys with long hair and braids
                             C                                        D
Stayed true to their sound and freed the slaves.

BRIDGE

Am7
And all these years later
           D
the suits got back their grip.
                                 Em
They took the outlaw concept.
                          D
And they re-packaged it.
         C                              D
And there's a million ol Waylon fans
                               Bm
Singin Dont You Think This Outlaw Bit Has Gotten way Out Of Hand.

CHORUS

Em
Hey pretty boy in the cowboy hat.
G
You couldn't hit country with a baseball bat.
D
Country ain't just about where you're at.
C                                                           D
It's about bein true to what's inside of you.

CHORUS 2

Em
You say you're an outlaw, with your perfect boots
  G
That you got from your record label's image group.
   D
Sing another man's song with a big drum loop.
  C                                       D
Listen son, you ain't got a clue. 
  C
You can't buy true.
                            D
Tell ya what they should do.
                          Em, G, D, C
They should Outlaw You.

They Should Outlaw You


CHORUS

(one strum per chord per line , let chord ring)

Em
Hey pretty boy in the base ball hat.
G
You couldn't hit country with a baseball bat.
D
Country ain't just about where you're at.
C                                                           D
It's about bein true to what's inside of you. 

(resume normal strumming pattern)

Em
You say you're an outlaw, with your perfect boots
  G
That you got from your record label's image group.
   D
Sing another man's song with a big drum loop.
  C                                       D
Listen son, you ain't got a clue. 
  C
You can't buy true.
                            D          Em
Tell ya what they should do.


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