Old Fat Boat chords with lyrics by Gordon Bok - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Gordon Bok – Old Fat Boat chords

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[Intro]
C

[Verse]
F CHere I am, man, all alone again
G CAnchored aweigh, the hell and gone again
F CAnother mile from another town
G CThe wind north-east, the rain coming down
F CHome is the sailor, home from the sea
G CLeave the home for the mildew, friend to the flea
[Chorus 1]
G CI don't care, man, I'm happy
F CI got an old fat boat, she's slow but handsome
G CHard in the chine and soft in the transom
F CI love her well and she must love me
G CBut I think it's only for my money
[Instrumental] F C G C F C G C G C [Verse]
F CNo more tobacco, no more cheese
G CI'm sprung in the back and lame in the knees
F CIt's a damned good thing I'm easy to please
G CThere ain't nothing in town on a Sunday
[Chorus 1]
G CI don't care, man, I'm happy
F CI got an old fat boat, she's slow but handsome
G CHard in the chine and soft in the transom
F CI love her well and she must love me
G CBut I think it's only for my money
[Chorus 2]
F CAnd I don't mind staying, and I don't mind going
G CBut I come damn tired of rowing
F CYes, I don't mind staying, and I don't mind going
G CBut I come damn tired of rowing
[Instrumental] F C G C F C G C G C [Verse]
F COh, but I got milk and I got ice
G CA little home-made bread, a little old, but nice
F CEverybody puts their cooking hat on
G CWhen you tell 'em you're leaving in the morning
[Chorus 1]
G CI don't care, man, I'm happy
F CI got an old fat boat, she's slow but handsome
G CHard in the chine and soft in the transom
F CI love her well and she must love me
G CBut I think it's only for my money
[Chorus 2]
F CAnd I don't mind staying, and I don't mind going
G CBut I come damn tired of rowing
F CYes, I don't mind staying, and I don't mind going
G CBut I come damn tired of rowing
[Instrumental] F C G C F C G C [Verse]
F CYou know, I got coffee, I got tea
G CI got the beans and the beans got me
F CI got tuna fish, I got rum
G CI got a two-pound splinter in my thumb
[Bridge]
F CSo I'll take my toddy and my vitamin C
Dm GAnd the radio for my company
C F G COh, me, I got the hydrogen peroxide blues
[Chorus 1]
G CI don't care, man, I'm happy
F CI got an old fat boat, she's slow but handsome
G CHard in the chine and soft in the transom
F CI love her well and she must love me
G CBut I think it's only for my money
[Chorus 2]
F CAnd I don't mind staying, and I don't mind going
G CBut I come damn tired of rowing
F CYes, I don't mind staying, and I don't mind going
G CBut I come damn tired of rowing
[Instrumental] F C G C F C G C [Verse]
F CWell mercy, mercy, I do declare
G CIf half the fun of going is the getting there
F CMercy, Percy, you better start rowing
G C'Cause the other half of getting there is going
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