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Humdinger  Old Crow Medicine Show

Well, I love OCMS and this is a good, easy, fun song that is a must-have for camping
in my opinion. The main riff can be a bit confusing, but I tabbed it out with the strumming
to make it clear.
Album:Tennessee Pusher
Intro/Breakdown Riff:
v v v ^ v ^ v v v ^ v ^
 E|---x---x---x---x-x-----x---x---x---3-3-----| x3 for Intro

[D] [D] [D] [C] [C] [D] [D] [D] [G] [G] 
Verse 1-
[D]Party of the century[C]
[D] No cops allowed[C]
[D] Just me and seven hundred others[C]
[D] Come on, join the crowd
We got [G]wine, whiskey, women and guns
[D]How can you afford to not be having any fun
If you [G]got a gal, bring 'er
And we'll [C]all have a humdinger
Verse 2-
Naked horseshoes without care
Body surfing on a river of beer
All the neighbors are saying their prayers
We'll lift our glasses high in the air
We got wine, whiskey, women and guns
How can you afford to not be having any fun
If you're not a right-winger
Then we'll all have a humdinger
Verse 3-
Making Mardi Gras look like work
The belly dancers have gone berserk
The morning's here, we're all still awake
Just looking for some more drugs to take
[G]Happened on a mound of fire ants
Only lost a shoe and a pair of pants
[D]Went down hard, got up like a champ
To see a biker dancing on my amp
If you're [G]not a folk singer
Then we'll [C]all have a humdinger
Riff x1
If you're [G]not a folk singer
Then we'll all [C]have a humdinger
Rpt. Intro riff x4 to End

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