Number 37405 chords with lyrics by Tim Mcgraw - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Tim Mcgraw – Number 37405 chords

Tim McGraw,  "Number 37405"


E C#mOh, he listens to the countdown, every Sunday morning
A E From a cold solitary prison cell
E C#mAnd the music from his radio is like freedom down a dirt toad
A BMakes that eight by ten a brighter hill
B ABefore he started doing all the hard time that he's doing
E Emaj7 C#m He was singing in them honky-tonks and dives
E B EHe dreamed of being somebody, now he's number 37405
E C#mWell she used to come and see him, every other weekend
A EAnd bring him all the news from way back home
E It's been two birthdays since he's kissed her,
C#mFive seconds since he's missed her
A BNow the perfume on those letters ain't that strong
B AHe's got too much time to think about the night he had too much to drink
E Emaj7 C#mAnd all his buddies, they begged him not to drive
E B A Mr. Life of the Party, he's now number 37405
(instrumental) A C#m B C#m, A C#m B (verse)
E C#mOld judge on the bench said, "Son, your crime's got consequences."
A EIt's what he told him, fifteen years ago
E C#mHe took a life and that's a fact, he'd give his own to give it back
A BToday's the day he finally gets parole
B A He turns in them prison clothes, and stands there at the fork in the road
E Emaj7 C#mAnd mama prays and waits while he decides
BAnd the angels close their eyes...
E C#mListens to the birds sing on a perfect autumn morning
A EJust down the road, rings an old church bell
(instrumental-out) 6x C#m A E,
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