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Redneck Friend – Jackson Browne   (CD: For Everyman)

Intro:
|E      |E     |C#m    |C#m    |
|E      |E     |C#m    |C#m    |
|A      |A     |E      |E      |
|A      |A     |B      |B      |


E
Pretty little one
           C#m
How has it all begun?
        E
They're teaching you how to walk
             C#m
But you're already on the run
       A
Little one-
         E
What you gonna do?
       A
Little one-
            B
Honey, it's all up to you

         E                                  C#m
Now your daddy's in the den shootin' up the evening news
E                                  C#m
Mama's with a friend, lately she's been so confused
       A
Little one-
            E
Come on and take my hand
  A                             B
I may not have the answer but I believe I got a plan

          A                               E
Honey you shake and I'll rattle and we'll roll on down the line
    B                                   E
And see if we can't get in touch with a very close friend of mine
           A
But let me clue you in, it ain't like him
   E
To argue or pretend-
B                                A       E
Honey let me introduce you to my redneck friend

             E                                        C#m
Well they've got a little list of all those things of which they don't approve
        E                                C#m
They've got to keep their eyes on you or you might make your move
       A
Little one-
         E
I really wish you would
       A 
Little one-
            B
I think the damage would do you good

          A                               E
Honey you shake and I'll rattle and we'll roll on down the line
               B         
We're going to forget all about the battle
           E
It's gonna feel so fine
                A   
'Cause he's the missing link, the kitchen sink-
  E 
Eleven on a scale of ten
B                                A       E
Honey let me introduce you to my redneck friend

Solo:
|E      |E     |C#m    |C#m    |
|E      |E     |C#m    |C#m    |
|A      |A     |E      |E      |
|A      |A     |B      |B      |

          A                               E
Honey you shake and I'll rattle and we'll roll on down the line
             B
I'm going to try to swing you up into my saddle
               E
And then we'll run but you'll think we're flyin'
          A
Now honey don't just stand there
                  E
Lookin' like this dream will never end
B                                A       E
Honey let me introduce you to my redneck friend
B                                A       E
Honey let me introduce you to my redneck friend

|B     |B     |A      |A     |E      |


Transcribed by Gerard Koot (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – june 2008
Email: gerardkoot@hotmail.com


            
            
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BJ59 36 Apr 24, 2014 01:27 PM

It's been close to 38 years since I last played this song (in a band), but my recollection is that the C#m you have here is really a C#m7 and it's played on the third fret.

Tried it that way just now on the old Country Gentleman and it just sounds better.

But despite that little slip I'm giving you 5 stars because this was damn good song from a first-rate album and I'm glad you posted it. Thanks man.

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niick16 52 Jul 26, 2014 07:13 AM

Very nice tab and I agree with BJ59. C#m7 sounds a bit better. Depending on the guitar though in my honest opinion.

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Robin Breeze 10 Jul 15, 2016 05:42 AM

great song , thanks for sharing !:-)

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