Nashville Wimmin Waylon Jennings
NASHVILLE WIMMIN' WAYLON JENNINGS ****DROPPED "D" TUNING**** Transcribed by Casey Newbold - Kerr (email@example.com) VERSE ONE: D If it wasn't for the powder, and the fine-tooth comb G D If it wasn't for the powder, the paint, and the fine-tooth comb A D You know them Nashville Wimmin' might as well stay home TAB: D----2-2-2-3s4-4---2-2-2-3s4-4---5-5-5-5-5-4-3-2-0-0-0--0h2s4-0h2s4-0h2s4-0h2s4- -2s4--5-5-5---4-3-2-2-0 S: slide to (EG: 3s4 = start at 3 and slide to 4) That's pretty much the main parts of it. There's notes between the ones I've got, but you can probably make those up :-) VERSE TWO: If the blues was booze, you know I'd stay drunk all the time If the blues was booze, you know I'd stay drunk all the time Hangin' out at the Boars Nest, drinkin' you off my mind VERSE THREE: Goin' down to the alley to see what I can find Goin' down to larrys alley gonna look around and see what I can find Let some long-time woman take me home and blow my mind VERSE FOUR: Well, with a long-legged girl,you sure don't have to talk With long-legged, good lookin' thing, you sure don't have to talk You can tell she's from Nashville by the boogie-woogie wiggle in her walk VERSE FIVE (Spoken): Lookie here now, as Jerry Lee, "The Killer" would say Honey, I want you to get down... all the way down... one time... for me See there, Hoss? Us cowboy singers can do it too! Boogie-De, Boogie-De, Boogie-De REPEAT VERSE FOUR, THEN MORE GUITAR... You can play verse five with the chords or you can just use "D" the whole way through. "D" sounds better... There's more little lead parts like the one I put after Verse One between verses, but they're different from that. To be honest, I couldn't really be bothered working them out, and I usually just make them up as I go along when I play it ;)
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