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Grandpa Chords

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Artist: Justin Moore
Song: Grandpa
Chorded: Keith D. 

[Intro]
  G               Em7              Cadd9           G
E|3-3-3-3-3-3------3-3-3-3-3-----------3-----------3-3-3-3-3------||
B|3-3-3-3-3-3------3-3-3-3-3-----------3-----------3-3-3-3-3------||
G|0-0-0-0-0-0------0-0-0-0-0-----------0-----------0-0-0-0-0------||
D|0-0-0-0-0-0------2-2-2-2-2------0-2h-2--0-2h-0p--0-0-0-0-0------||
A|2-2-2-2-2-2------2-2-2-2-2--0-3------3-----------2-2-2-2-2------||
E|3-3-3-3-3-3--3-2-0-0-0-0-0-----------------------3-3-3-3-3------||


[Verse]
G 
You stood on that bank when I got baptized 
     Em7
Gave me a thirty thirty when I turned nine 
   Cadd9                                     G   
At sixteen you caught me drinking out in the barn 
G
I could hear you cheering when we won state 
    Em7 
And you held my hand at Grandma's grave 
    Cadd9                                      G
And I'll always be thankful you never sold the farm 

[Chorus]
Cadd9        D
Grandpa you stood so tall 
G                         Cadd9
Chewed that Red Man, wore overalls 
                                D          Em7
You were the same man on Sunday morning as Saturday night 
Cadd9                D
Five foot six to the top of your hat 
             Em7                                   Cadd9
But when you talked bout the war thought you were Superman 
                     D                   Em7 
American born simple man with a southern drawl 
             Cadd9              D             G
You walk the walk, you talk the talk, Grandpa 

[Interlude] G D G

[Verse]
G
You still swear Roosevelt was the best 
       Em7
That a home grown tomato tastes better than the rest 
    Cadd9                                      G 
And fifty years goes too fast with a woman you love 

Well this life I've chose is gettin' busy now
      Em7
But i know where to go when i need to slow down 
         Cadd9
And when I walk up on your front porch 
          D              G
It's just like I'm still young 

[Chorus]
Cadd9                D   
Grandpa you stood so tall 
Em7                        Cadd9
Chewed that Red Man, wore overalls 
                                D                   Em7
You were the same man on Sunday morning as Saturday night 
Cadd9                D
Five foot six to the top of your hat 
             Em7                                   Cadd9
But when you talked bout the war thought you were Superman 
                     D                    Em7
American born simple man with a southern drawl 
             Cadd9              D             G
You walk the walk, you talk the talk, Grandpa 
     Cadd9           D                       Em7            Cadd9
Yeah American born a dirt road man with that slow southern drawl 
                                          D            G
Now keep walkin' the walk and talkin' the talk Grandpa
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TimothyFout 41 Aug 23, 2012 02:54 PM

you did a great job but instead of it being an em its suppose to be an em7 other than that you did great

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ValleyCovers 59 Apr 03, 2013 02:44 PM

I really don't think it matters if he did an Em. The change in tone is so subtle between Em and Em7 that it doesn't make a difference.

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CSMurphy2000 10 Sep 22, 2014 12:20 PM

Either way. It's a really great song and some nice, easy chords to go with it! Excellent job...

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