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Dixie Chicks – Goodbye Earl tab
Dixie Chicks Goodbye Earl This is probably the most famous Dixie chicks song. this is thone one where they murder an abusive husband. Where was CSI on this one? C F Mary Anne and Wanda were the best of friends C G All through thier high school days C F Both members of the 4H club C G C Both active in the FFA C F C After graduation Mary Anne went out lookin' G for a bright new world C F Wanda looked all around this town C G C And all she found was Earl C Well it wasn't two weeks F After she got married that C G Wanda started gettin' abused C F She put on dark glasses and long sleeved blouses C G C And make up to cover a bruise C F Well she finally got the nerve to file for divorce C G She let the law take it from there C F But Earl walked right through that restraining order C G C And put her in intensive care Am G Right away Mary Anne flew in from Atlanta F C On a red eye midnight flight Am She held Wanda's hand as they G Worked out a plan F G And it didn't take 'em long to decide C F C That Earl had to die G F Goodbye Earl C F C Those black-eyed peas G F They tasted all right to me Earl C F C You're feelin' weak G Why don't you lay down F And sleep Earl C F C Ain't it dark G F C F C F Wrapped up in that tarp Earl C F The cops came by to bring Earl in C They searched the house G High and low C Then they tipped thier hats F C G C And said "thank you ladies if you hear from him let us know" C Well the weeks went by and F Spring turned to Summer C G And Summer faded into Fall C F And it turns out he was a missing person C G Who nobody missed at all Am So the girls bought some land G And a roadside stand F C Out on Highway 109 Am They sell Tennessee ham G And strawberry jam F And they don't G Lose any sleep at night 'cause C F C Earl had to die G F Goodbye Earl C We need a break F C G F Let's go out to the lake Earl C F C We'll pack a lunch G F And stuff you in the trunk Earl C F C Well is that all right G F Good Let's go for a ride C F C G F C Earl Hey