Billy Currington Good Directions This is the actual version of the song (no capo). I made this tab so it would be easy to transpose. Billy Currington plays this song live with a capo on the 3rd fret (transpose 3 steps down). However, I believe that on the studio recording the guitar player plays this song with a capo on the 5th fret (transpose 5 steps down). This seems to match the chord voicing of the studio track and would adhere to Nashville's K.I.S.S. methodology. Capo 5 works very well for the F, C/E, Dm (C, G/B, Am capo 5th fret) chord progression during the bridge. Intro: F Am Bb C F C7 Verse I: F I was sittin' there sellin' turnips on a flatbed truck Am Crunchin' on a pork rind when she pulled up Bb C Dm She had to be thinkin' "This is where Rednecks come from" F She had Hollywood written on her license plate Am She was lost and lookin' for the interstate Bb C F Needin' directions and I was the man for the job Chorus: Bb C I told her way up yonder past the caution light Bb C There's a little country store with an old Coke sign Bb C Dm You gotta stop in and ask Miss Bell for some of her sweet tea Bb Gm Then a left will take you to the interstate Bb C F C7 But a right will bring you right back here to me Verse II: F I was sittin' there thinkin' 'bout her pretty face Am Kickin' myself for not catchin' her name Bb C Dm I threw my hat and thought, "You fool, that could've been love" F I knew my old Ford couldn't run her down Am She probably didn't like me anyhow Bb C F So I watched her disappear in a cloud of dust. Chorus: Bb C I told her way up yonder past the caution light Bb C There's a little country store with an old Coke sign Bb C Dm You gotta stop in and ask Miss Bell for some of her sweet tea Bb Gm Then a left will take you to the interstate Bb C F But a right will bring you right back here to me Bridge: Bb C Is this Georgia heat playin' tricks on me F C/E Dm Or am I really seein' what I think I see Bb C F * The woman of my dreams comin' back to me Instrumental: F Am Bb C F Chorus: Bb C She went way up yonder past the caution light Bb (strong pause) C Don't know why, but somethin' felt right Bb C Dm When she stopped in and asked Miss Bell for some of her sweet tea Bb C F Mama gave her a big 'ol glass and sent her right back here to me Bb C7 F Thank God for good directions: and turnip greens *During the bridge, the F before the instrumental could be a Dm. The vocals seem to have a minor tonality to them. However, the bass sounds like it is playing an F. A Dm could be substituted here if desired.