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Bluegrass chords

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These chords are loosely based off a video of a live performance, but these chords are a little simplified
compared to the chords Trixie seems to use. The G's might also be G7's but I think these chords sound ok.

[Chorus]
          C                   F
I've got parts of me in Milwaukee
              C                    G
And I've got pieces in Minne, in St. Paul
        C               G             F            Fm
And I knew that I got lucky in the bluegrass of Kentucky
       C                  G             C
But bluegrass, you don't love me after all
         F                   G              C
No, no, bluegrass, you don't love me after all

[Verse 1]
           C              F
There's a saying where I come from
C                                  G
Watching pots will never make them boil
        C                G
When I watched you walk away
        F            Fm
I was boiling that day
        C              G               C
I was burning like a hundred drums of oil

[Chorus]
               C                  F
'Cause I got parts of me in Milwaukee
              C                    G
And I've got pieces in Minne, in St. Paul
        C               G             F            Fm
And I knew that I got lucky in the bluegrass of Kentucky
       C                  G             C
But bluegrass, you don't love me after all
         F                   G              C
No, no, bluegrass, you don't love me after all

[Verse 2]
            C              F
There's a saying where I come from
C                                    G
Never count your chickens 'til they hatch
          C             G
Nothing sadder than a picture
       F             Fm
Of a catcher and a pitcher
  C                G             C
Counting on each other for the catch

[Chorus]
               C                       F
'Cause I got parts (parts) of me in Milwaukee
              C                    G
And I've got pieces in Minne, in St. Paul
        C               G             F            Fm
And I knew that I got lucky in the bluegrass of Kentucky
       C                  G             C
But bluegrass, you don't love me after all
         F                   G              C
No, no, bluegrass, you don't love me after all

[Verse 3]
            C              F
There's a saying where I come from
C                                   G
Playing 'round with fire gets you burned
            C               G
Well, I'll wear my third degrees
       F               Fm
And my heart upon my sleeve
            C          G             C
I'll keep burning in Kentucky 'til I learn

[Chorus]
               C                       F
'Cause I got parts (parts) of me in Milwaukee
              C                    G
And I've got pieces in Minne, in St. Paul
        C               G             F            Fm
And I knew that I got lucky in the bluegrass of Kentucky
       C                  G             C
But bluegrass, you don't love me after all
         F                   G              C
No, no, bluegrass, you don't love me after all

(Put Capo on 4)

[Chorus 2]
               C                       F
'Cause I got parts (parts) of me in Milwaukee
              C                    G
And I've got pieces in Minne, in St. Paul
        C               G             F            Fm
And I knew that I got lucky in the bluegrass of Kentucky
       C                  G             C
But bluegrass, you don't love me after all
         F                   G              C
No, no, bluegrass, you don't love me after all

[Outro]
     C                         F             C
And some day when I go to your old Kentucky home
  F                      C              G
I know you've got that chain upon your door
     C              G                  F                 Fm
And boy, if you unlock it, there's no ring in my front pocket
  C                 G            C
Bluegrass, I don't love you anymore
         F                  G          C
No, no, bluegrass, I don't love you anymore
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