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How Bout Them Cowgirls chords

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Strumming
There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
So this is my first chords, let me know what you guys think, I would love some
 feedback if you guys are having success with this.  The strumming pattern is 
simple once you get it down: xoxx oxxx, where an "x" is a strum and an "o" is a
 skip.  Do this twice with each new chord change in the verses, and do it once for
 each chord in the chorus starting with the "Fadd9" on "Sure are some proud 
girls."  As soon as the last "cowgirls" is sang in the chorus go immediately back
 to the strum pattern twice for each Chord.  When you get to the Bridge, one down
 strum suffices for each chord, then right back into the chorus.  Also you start
 singing on the first "Fadd9" chord is slightly different from the 
regular "Fadd9".  It should look like this:  ---  
                                             -1-
                                             -2-
                                             -3-
                                             -3-
                                             -x-
High "e" string is open, the low "E" string is not played.  Hope that's clear.
Good luck, happy playing!
Capo 4
Intro: Fadd9  C  Fadd9   C
Fadd9                                  C
I felt the rush of the Rio Grande into Yellowstone
                         Fadd9
And I've seen first-hand Niagra Falls
C
And the lights of Vegas
Fadd9                                       
I've criss-crossed down to Key Biscayane
    C                   
And Chi-town via Bangor, Maine
Fadd9
Think I've seen it all
C
And all I can say is

Chorus:
C              Fadd9
How 'bout them cowgirls
C
Boys ain't they somthin'
              Fadd9  Em
Sure are some proud girls
          Fadd9        Em
And you can't tell 'em nothin'
                   F     Em
And I tell you right now girls
C                 Em              F    Em  G           G
May just be seven wonders of this big, old round world
Let "G" Ring       Fadd9           
But how 'bout them cowgirls
C    Fadd9     C

Verse 2
Fadd9
She's ridin' colts in Steamboat Springs
C
Bailing hay outside Abilene
Fadd9
She's tryin' hard
C
To fit in in some city
Fadd9
But her home is 'neath that big, blue sky
C                                            Fadd9
And the Northern Plains and those other wide open spaces
C
Now days there ain't as many


Chorus

C              Fadd9
How 'bout them cowgirls
C
Boys ain't they somthin'
             Fadd9  Em
Sure are some proud girls
          Fadd9        Em
And you can't tell 'em nothin'
                   F     Em
And I tell you right now girls
C                 Em               F   Em  G           G
May just be seven wonders of this big, old round world
Let "G" Ring       Fadd9
But how 'bout them cowgirls


         Fadd9                  C
Boy, she don't need you and she don't need me
        Fadd9               C
She can do just fine on her own two feet
        F               Em                 G
But she wants a man who wants her to be herself
            Fadd9                   C
And she'll never change, don't know how to hide
     Fadd9               C
Her stubborn will or her fightin' side
         F                      Em               G
But you treat her right and she'll love you like no one else

Chorus
C                    Fadd9
Yeah, how 'bout them cowgirls
C
Boys ain't they somethin'
              Fadd9 Em
Sure are some proud girls
           Fadd9         Em
But you can't beat their lovin'
                       F    Em
And I'll tell you right now girls
C                 Em              F    Em  G             G
May just be seven wonders of this big, old round world
Let "G" Ring       Fadd9          C    Em    F      Em   G
But how 'bout them cowgirls

How 'bout 'em boys
 

            
            
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gtrxor 10 Nov 20, 2011 08:37 AM

Wrong. Its an open D tuning.

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gtrxor 10 Jan 11, 2012 05:39 AM

Apologies to the transcriber for my initial comment, above. I should have been more complimentary towards his/her effort.

Although I began to play the song using an open D tuning (try it while playing along with the song - perfect match), it doesn't lend itself to playing the whole song easily. Thus, I've returned to standard tuning, and proceed with the flow of "E, E6, Emag9, E6, E."

Again, my apologies and accept my thanks for the good transcription above.

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