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She Cranks My Tractor Chords

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Dustin Lynch, She Cranks My Tractor

Bb C, Bb C, Bb C G, Bb C G, Bb C G, Bb C G 

(verse)
Bb      C                              G         
She's a wild rose waiting on me at the end of the road
Bb                C                   D       
between the water tower and the power lines
Bb      C                                          G           
we're a cloud of dust once I get her buckled in my pickup truck
G      (damp) 
She's ten pounds of sugar in a five pound sack
G
A hollywood looker in a John Deere cap


(chorus)
C          G
I go fast, she hollers faster,
D                          G
She's the first one up the hayloft ladder
C                          G       
A girl like that's what a country boy's after
G  (damp)
   She cranks, she cranks, she cranks my tractor
G  (damp)                                         Bb C G, Bb C G 
   She cranks, she cranks, she cranks my tractor



(verse)
Bb          C                                    G 
Burning the backroads, sucking jet fuel from the radio
Bb       C                 D
Cows and corn field flying by
Bb             C
Gate's locked, hop the fence
                              G
Sneak past the barn where the riverbank bends
G      (damp)
shes the best skinny dipper that you're ever gonna find
G
she can hit the branch with her bra every time, and



(chorus)
C          G
I go fast, she hollers faster,
D                          G
She's the first one up the hayloft ladder
C                          G       
A girl like that's what a country boy's after
G  (damp)
   She cranks, she cranks, she cranks my tractor
G  (damp)                                         
   She cranks, she cranks, she cranks my tractor

(instrumental)
C     G     C     D


(bridge)
G                                             C-Bb, C-Bb, C-Bb-C-G  G  
She's ten pounds of sugar in a five pound sack
G                                           C-Bb, C-Bb, C-Bb-C-G  G 
A long straight away on a quarter mile track
          Bb                          C
She got a kiss that'll hit you like a heart attack
          Bb                  C  
I got the rifle she's got the rack and



(chorus)
C          G
I go fast, she hollers faster,
D                          G
She's the first one up the hayloft ladder
C                          G       
A girl like that's what a country boy's after
G  (damp)                      C                  C
   She cranks, she cranks, she cranks my tractor
C          G
I go fast, she hollers faster,
D                          G
She's the first one up the hayloft ladder
C                          G       
A girl like that's what a country boy's after
G  (damp)
   She cranks, she cranks, she cranks my tractor
G  (damp)                                         
   She cranks, she cranks, she cranks my tractor
G  (damp)                                        Bb C G, Bb C G, Bb C G, Bb C G      G 
   She cranks, she cranks, she cranks my tractor
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loganb3030 wrote on March 26 2013, 01:32 pm

if you play the bar chords of C and G it sounds even better than open chords

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Mohawkriverman wrote on March 26 2013, 04:54 pm

Oh definitely. I prefer barre chords for this song.

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rafebrandsen wrote on July 25 2014, 09:00 am

This song is so cool

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