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Tennessee Whiskey chords

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[Verse]
D                G
I used to spend my nights out
      D
In a bar room
        G        D            A
Liquor was the only love I'd known
D                   G                     D
But you rescued me from reaching for the bottom
D           G   D           A       D
Brought me back from being too far gone

[Chorus]
D              G                   D
You're as smooth as Tennessee whiskey
D                               A
You're as sweet as strawberry wine
D                             G
You're as warm as a glass of Brandy
G            D             A            D
And I stay stoned on your love all the time

[Verse]
D
I looked for love
G                   D
In all the same old places
D                 G      D
Found the bottom of the bottle's
        A
Always dry
D                             G
But when you poured out your heart
D
I didn't waste it
D                      G    D    A
Cause there's nothing like your love
D
To get me high

[Chorus]
D              G                  D
You're as smooth as Tennessee whiskey
D                               A
You're as sweet as strawberry wine
D                             G
You're as warm as a glass of Brandy
G            D             A            D
And I stay stoned on your love all the time

            
            
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rs055914 142 Jan 16, 2017 10:30 PM

Here is the intro, for anyone wandering how to play it. Requires drop D tuning, but that's not too hard to get around with this song as it's pretty basic.

e|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|----2--0-------------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------3--2--0---0------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------0 3 2 0-------0------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------0 3 2 0-----------------------|

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rs055914 142 Jan 16, 2017 10:32 PM

Also, David Allan Coe never wrote this song. It was written by Dean Dillon and Linda Hargrove. However, DAC was the first to record this song, in 1981. George Jones followed suit when he recorded it in 1983. DAC only reached number 77 on the Billboard chart, while GJ reached number 2.

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jamesandkerry04 10 Aug 13, 2017 10:04 AM

If the intro is in drop d but the song is in standard, how do you switch?

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