Fly Over States chords ver. 4 with lyrics by Jason Aldean for guitar and ukulele @ Guitaretab

Jason Aldean – Fly Over States chords ver. 4

    Fly Over States - Jason Aldean from My Kinda Party.

    Tabbed by: Nathaniel Newman and Nicklas Johnson.


Standard Tuning.


(optional on the Bm7's for Bm as listed).


e |--7------B |----8----G |-----7--- PLAYED 5x, on 5th time play only "e" and "B" stings once.D |----------A |----------E |----------
G 5x -VERSE-
GA couple guys in first class on a flight,
BmFrom New York to Los Angeles.
Kinda making small talk killing time, Flirting with the flight attendants.
C Am30, 000 feet above, could be Oklahoma.
G Just a bunch of square cornfields and wheat farms,
BmMan it all looks the same.
Miles and miles of back roads and highways, Connecting little towns with unknown names.
C Am DWho'd want to live down there in the middle of nowhere.
Em CThey've never drove through Indiana.
GMet the men who plowed that earth,
D Bm7 Planted that seed, busted his ass for you and me.
Em COr caught a harvest moon in Kansas,
D CThey'd understand why God made those fly over states.
G BmI bet that mile long Santa Fe freight train engineer's seen it all.
CJust like that flatbed cowboy stacking US steel on a 3-day haul.
Road and rails under their feet,
Am DYeah that sounds like a first class seat.
Em COn the plains of Oklahoma.
G With the windshield sunset in your eyes.
D Bm7Like a water color painted sky.
Em CYou'd think heavens doors have opened.
DYou'll understand why God made,
CThose fly over states.
SOLO - Em, C, G, D -VERSE-
Em ~ C ~Take a ride across the badlands.
G ~ Feel that freedom on your face.
D ~ Bm 7~Breathe in all that open space.
Em CMeet a girl from Amarillo.
DYou'll understand why god made.
CWhy you'd want to plant your stakes,
D (or Dsus4 )In those fly over states.
-SOLO - Em, C, G, D -VERSE-
Em C G DHave you ever been through Indiana.
Em C G DOn the plains of Oklahoma.
Em C G DTake a ride.
LEGEND: * Start chord one measure before music starts. ~ Use just down strums for these chords.
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