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The Grandpa Song chords

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[Intro]
D  F  G  D  F  G  D

[Verse]
D
I wish that my Grandad was still here today au
       Bm
Cause' I'd love to here what he'd have to say .o|
      G                            Gm                    D
About three dollars and fifty-nine cents for a gallon of gas
        D
And I'd show him my wife and what I've done with my life
    Bm
And see if he liked all these songs that I write
G            Gm                        A        Asus4
Oh, I wish I knew what he would think about the        the fact that
          Bm                           F                        Bm        Bm/A             G           E7
If you're sixteen and pregnant, you'll get on tv, but yet we're laying off school teachers fast as can be
G                                          A
Oh, I wish I knew what he'd think about us now

[Chorus]
                     C                 G
He'd probably ask me why the good ole' US of A
   D
Is so damn tied up in our foreign aid
         C                       G
When the American farmers got to sell all the cows
            A         Asus4
To keep the bank from taking the house.
       D             F#m/D        D7                       G     Em
I wish I could write him in on my ballot for the next president
               G                    A
Cause' there's men like John Wayne, Augustus McCrae,
         D                     G
The Lone Ranger and his Indian friend
               Em        A               D
But there will never be another man like him

[Verse]
D
I'm glad that I'm not some big Hollywood star
       Bm
Who thinks they have the right to go as far
    G                                                     D
As b***hing about the hundred million dollars they make a year
               D
Cause' there's scars on my knuckles and sweat on my brow
       Bm
And I know that Grandpa, he'd sure be proud
   G                                           D
Of my little part that I've made to our family tree
                     Bm                                F                              Bm
He'd probably ask me why people like Casey Anthony can get off scott free and why our taxes are still killing
G            E7
folks just like you and me
G                                         A
Oh I wish I knew what he'd think about us now.

[Chorus]
                     C                 G
He'd probably ask me why the good ole' US of A
   D
Is so damn tied up in our foreign aid
         C                       G
When the American farmers got to sell all the cows
            A         Asus4
To keep the bank from taking the house.
       D             F#m/D        D7                       G     Em
I wish I could write him in on my ballot for the next president
               G                    A
Cause' there's men like John Wayne, Augustus McCrae,
         D                     G
The Lone Ranger and his Indian friend
               Em        A               D
But there will never be another man like him
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