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Its Five Oclock Somewhere  Alan Jackson



[G]The sun is hot, and[C] that old clock is moving s[D]low.
D*
And so am I
[G]The work day passes [C]slower than molasses in [D]wintertime
D*
But it’s July
[C]I’m getting paid by the hour and [D]older by the minute
[C]The boss just pushed me [D]over the limit
[C]I’d like to call him [D]something
[C]I think I’ll just [D]call it a d[G]ay

Chorus
[G]Pour me something tall and strong. [C]Make it a hurricane [D]before I go insane
[G]It’s only half past twelve   [C]But I don’t [D]care
[D]It’s five o’clock [G]somewhere
[G]This lunch break is [C]going to take all [D]afternoon
D*
And half the night
[G]Tomorrow morning [C]I know there’ll be [D]hell to pay
D*
Hey but that’s all right
[C]I haven’t had a day off now [D]in over a year
[C]My Jamaican vacation [D]starts right here
[C]If the phones for me
[D]You can tell them I just sailed [G]away

Chorus Repeat
[C]I could pay up my tab. [D]Pour myself in a cab and [C]be back to work before [G]two.
[C]At a moment like this, [D]I can’t help but wonder
[C]What would Jimmy Buffet d[G]o.   (I think he'd say....)

Chorus Repeat (and some general beach banter)

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