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Redneck Yacht Club  Craig Morgan


| Redneck Yacht Club |
| by: Craig Morgan |

I have this on CAPO 1 but it sounds pretty good either way
INTRO: G , D , C x2
[D]i'm meeting my buddies out on the lake,
we're headin out to a special place w[G]e love!
that just a few folks [D]know.
there's no signing up, no monthly dues,
take your johnson, your mercury or your evinrude and fire i[G]t up!
meet us out at party cove.
[Em]come on in' the waters [A]fine,
just id[C]le on over, and toss us a l[D]ine!
[G]basstrackers, bayliners and a [D]party barge,
strung tog[C]ether like a floating tra[D]iler park.
[G]anchored out and gettin lo[D]ud all summer l[C]ong.
[G]side by side, there's five ho[D]useboat front porches,
ast[C]roturf, lawn chairs, and tik[D]i torches.
[G]regular joes, ro[D]cking the boat that's[A] us.
the Red[D]neck Yacht Club.
G , D , C
[D]bermuda's, flip-flops, and a tank-top tan,
popped his first top at ten a.m., thats [G]Bob!
he's our president.
[D]we're checking out the girls on the upper deck,
rubbin' in the 15 SPF, its [G]hot!
everybody's jumpin' in.
[Em]later on when the sun goes [A]down.
[C]we'll pull out the jar and the old guitar!
and pass um aro[D]und!
[Em]when the party's over and we're all al[A]one,
[C]well be making waves in a no-wake z[D]one!
[G] [D] [C]  
redneck yacht club
[G](na na, na na, na na, na[D] naa na na,[C] na na, na na.)
[G](na na, na na, na na, na[D] naa na na,[C] na na, na na.)

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