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SONG:   BILL'S LAUNDROMAT BAR AND GRILL
ARTIST: CONFEDERATE RAILROAD
TAB BY: DON CZARSKI
EMAIL:  GUITARZAN7@HOTMAIL.COM


         BILL'S LAUNDROMAT BAR AND GRILL
              CONFEDERATE RAILROAD

CAPO: NONE

INTRO:
F

VERSE:
 F
Well I was 3 days short of pulling out of Kingsport
       Bb                     F
I was headed down to Houston town

        F
Had my guitar packed in a burlap sack
       G                    C
For exploitin' my country sound

   F
I bypassed Jackson, bypassed Memphis
        Bb                 F
By the time I got to Arkansas

       F
I'd a sold my car and that black guitar
     C                 F
For anything cool and tall


PRE-CHORUS:
        Bb                          F
Well I pulled up to a neon sign on highway 49
         Bb
Shut the engine down, took a look around
 C
Then I stepped inside


CHORUS:
   F
I asked that bouncer where I was
          Bb
He said, son yer at Bill's
 C
Honky tonk pickin', linedance kickin'

Razorback stickin', barbecue chicken
                     F
Laundromat Bar and Grill


VERSE:
        F
Well I found old Bill sittin at the bar
        Bb                     F
With a pistol and a change machine

        F
He was dolin' out quarters to a waitress named Starr
        G                    C
When I asked him if I could sing
 
          F
He said, son go ahead if you brought yer guitar
         Bb                       F
Then he pointed to the backstage door

      F
Said, we don't allow original material
  C                     F
'Less it's been done before


PRE-CHORUS:
        Bb
Well I hit the stage like a big mule train
           F
Told the house band to play it in C
            Bb
I sang the Tennessee Waltz, Kentucky Rain
         C
And the one about the bird in spring


CHORUS:
 F
Lead guitar was like a chainsaw
      Bb
That fiddle like a power drill
           C
At Bill's honky tonk pickin', linedance kickin'

Razorback stickin', barbecue chicken
                     F
Laundromat Bar and Grill


INSTRUMENTAL:
F  Bb C  C   F


VERSE:
             F
Well in the 10 short minutes I was up on stage
           Bb                    F
Watched a biker punch a cowboys face

            F
And with a perfect view I was wittness to
        G                           C
The destruction of the whole dang place

        F
It was long neck stems and white French hems
        Bb                 F
Flying out of that dark saloon

          F
And that mechanical bull was reduced in full
        C                   F
To the safest place in the room


PRE-CHORUS:
      Bb
That punched drunk cowboy showed his wife
           F
That his shirt was soaked with beer
           Bb
She said, calm down honey, have another light
               C
'Cause we can wash yer shirt right here


CHORUS:
           F
Then the whole place stopped to thank me
     Bb
For bookin' my show at Bill's
 C
Honky tonk pickin', linedance kickin'

Razorback stickin', barbecue chicken
                     F
Laundromat Bar and Grill 


OUTRO:
F
At Bill's
 C
Honky tonk pickin', linedance kickin'

Razorback stickin', barbecue chicken
                     F
Laundromat Bar and Grill



================== CAPO: 1st FRET =====================



SONG:   BILL'S LAUNDROMAT BAR AND GRILL
ARTIST: CONFEDERATE RAILROAD
TAB BY: DON CZARSKI
EMAIL:  GUITARZAN7@HOTMAIL.COM


         BILL'S LAUNDROMAT BAR AND GRILL
              CONFEDERATE RAILROAD

CAPO: 1st FRET

INTRO:
E

VERSE:
 E
Well I was 3 days short of pulling out of Kingsport
       A                      E
I was headed down to Houston town

        E
Had my guitar packed in a burlap sack
       F#                   B
For exploitin' my country sound

   E
I bypassed Jackson, bypassed Memphis
        A                  E
By the time I got to Arkansas

       E
I'd a sold my car and that black guitar
     B                 E
For anything cool and tall


PRE-CHORUS:
        A                           E
Well I pulled up to a neon sign on highway 49
         A
Shut the engine down, took a look around
 B
Then I stepped inside


CHORUS:
   E
I asked that bouncer where I was
          A
He said, son yer at Bill's
 B
Honky tonk pickin', linedance kickin'

Razorback stickin', barbecue chicken
                     E
Laundromat Bar and Grill


VERSE:
        E
Well I found old Bill sittin at the bar
        A                      E
With a pistol and a change machine

        E
He was dolin' out quarters to a waitress named Starr
        F#                   B
When I asked him if I could sing
 
          E
He said, son go ahead if you brought yer guitar
         A                        E
Then he pointed to the backstage door

      E
Said, we don't allow original material
  B                     E
'Less it's been done before


PRE-CHORUS:
        A
Well I hit the stage like a big mule train
           E
Told the house band to play it in C
            A
I sang the Tennessee Waltz, Kentucky Rain
         B
And the one about the bird in spring


CHORUS:
 E
Lead guitar was like a chainsaw
      A
That fiddle like a power drill
           B
At Bill's honky tonk pickin', linedance kickin'

Razorback stickin', barbecue chicken
                     E
Laundromat Bar and Grill


INSTRUMENTAL:
E  A  B  B   E


VERSE:
             E
Well in the 10 short minutes I was up on stage
           A                     E
Watched a biker punch a cowboys face

            E
And with a perfect view I was wittness to
        F#                          B
The destruction of the whole dang place

        E
It was long neck stems and white French hems
        A                  E
Flying out of that dark saloon

          E
And that mechanical bull was reduced in full
        B                   E
To the safest place in the room


PRE-CHORUS:
      A
That punched drunk cowboy showed his wife
           E
That his shirt was soaked with beer
           A
She said, calm down honey, have another light
               B
'Cause we can wash yer shirt right here


CHORUS:
           E
Then the whole place stopped to thank me
     A
For bookin' my show at Bill's
 B
Honky tonk pickin', linedance kickin'

Razorback stickin', barbecue chicken
                     E
Laundromat Bar and Grill 


OUTRO:
E
At Bill's
 B
Honky tonk pickin', linedance kickin'

Razorback stickin', barbecue chicken
                     E
Laundromat Bar and Grill




            
            
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tcutshaw 14 May 10, 2017 06:41 AM

Great song, very fun to play!

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