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                     BIG DIPPER - Wrinkle Neck Mules
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Tabbed by: A.J. Conner
E-mail: ajconner123@gmail.com

Tuning: Standard

Probably one of the best songs on "Minor Enough" right here. I tried to notate
the rhythm for that main riff as best as I could.  


CHORDS USED:

C:     (3)32010
Am:      x02210
F:   (1)(3)3211
Dm:      xx0231
G:       320033
C/B:     x20010



[INTRO]

    1 & a  2e  & a  3e  & a 4e    &  1 & a 2 & a 3 & a 4 & a
     C                               Am
e|----0-0------0-0------0-0------------0-0---0-0---0-0---0-0-----------------|
B|o---1-1------1-1------1-1------------1-1---1-1---1-1---1-1----------------o|
G|----0-0------0-0--0h2-0-0------------2-2---2-2---2-2---2-2-----------------|
D|o---2-2--0h2--------------0h2p0------2-2---2-2---2-2---2-2----------------o|
A|--3-----------------------------3--0-----------0---------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------0-----------0---------------------|

F   Am


[VERSE]

C                            Am
Where do the old moonshiners go when they die?
C                            Am
What of their stills in the pines?
C                      Am              F                 Am
Is their kettle still burnin' hot? Or has that still run dry?
C                          Am             C          Am
Papa was a whiskey man and his before him, now so am I.
C                             Am
Lord knows I miss them but I know I'm not alone,
         F               Am
When I look up into the night sky.


[CHORUS 1]

Dm                            F
Where do the old moonshiners go when they die?
            C                                   G
I've been told that they're livin' in that big dipper in the sky,
Dm                        F        C      Am    G
It's their kettles still burnin' bright
F                                G
When I'm alone out there in the middle of the night
C               C/B         Am
Sittin' with my weed and my wine,
   F                                    G                            C
I look up through the pines and give a nod to that big dipper in the sky.


    1 & a  2e  & a  3e  & a 4e    &  1 & a 2 & a 3 & a 4 & a
     C                               Am
e|----0-0------0-0------0-0------------0-0---0-0---0-0---0-0-----------------|
B|o---1-1------1-1------1-1------------1-1---1-1---1-1---1-1----------------o|
G|----0-0------0-0--0h2-0-0------------2-2---2-2---2-2---2-2-----------------|
D|o---2-2--0h2--------------0h2p0------2-2---2-2---2-2---2-2----------------o|
A|--3-----------------------------3--0-----------0---------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------0-----------0---------------------|

F   Am


[VERSE 2]

C                            Am  
  Way down South Georgia in 1932,   
C                          Am
  old Uncle John was in a bind,
C                               Am
Owned himself the only general store for miles
     F                         Am
Controlled all the farmin' supplies
C                         Am
  Wasn't long before the I.O.U.s piled up; 
C                       Am  
  people just couldn't pay
C                             Am
  So it closed that store and up into the woods he went
F                     Am
Back to that moonshine



[CHORUS 2]


Dm                            F
Where do the old moonshiners go when they die?
            C                                   G
I've been told that they're livin' in that big dipper in the sky,
Dm                        F        C      Am    G
It's their kettles still burnin' bright
F                                G
When I'm alone out there in the middle of the night
C               C/B         Am
Sittin' with my corn and my wine,
   F                                    G                            C
I look up through the pines and give a nod to that big dipper in the sky.


[BRIDGE]

G         F                     C
  And I know that they'll walk with me
           G              F             C
When it's time for me to pass to that great by and by
       G        F            C
And I pray the Lord will forgive me
        F                       G
'Cause even Jesus Christ could use a little wine
C                            Am
Where do the old moonshiners go when they die?
C                            Am
What of their stills in the pines?
C                       Am
Is their kettle still burnin' hot,
    F                  Am
or has that still run dry?


[CHORUS 3]


Dm                            F
Where do the old moonshiners go when they die?
            C                                   G
I've been told that they're livin' in that big dipper in the sky,
Dm                        F        C      Am    G
It's their kettles still burnin' bright
F                        G
When I'm alone out there... in the pines
C               C/B         Am
Sittin' with my corn and my wine,
   F                                    G                            C
I look up through the pines and give a nod to that big dipper in the sky.


[ENDING]


Am   G         F                                   G
        Yes I look up through the pines and give a nod
                           C
To that big dipper in the sky


    1 & a  2e  & a  3e  & a 4e    &  1 & a 2 & a 3 & a 4 & a
     C                               Am
e|----0-0------0-0------0-0------------0-0---0-0---0-0---0-0-----------------|
B|o---1-1------1-1------1-1------------1-1---1-1---1-1---1-1----------------o|
G|----0-0------0-0--0h2-0-0------------2-2---2-2---2-2---2-2-----------------|
D|o---2-2--0h2--------------0h2p0------2-2---2-2---2-2---2-2----------------o|
A|--3-----------------------------3--0-----------0---------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------0-----------0---------------------|


    1 & a  2e  & a  3e  & a 4e    &  1e
     C                               Am
e|----0-0------0-0------0-0----------0---------------------------------------|
B|----1-1------1-1------1-1----------1---------------------------------------|
G|----0-0------0-0--0h2-0-0----------0---------------------------------------|
D|----2-2--0h2--------------0h2p0----0h2-------------------------------------|
A|--3-----------------------------3--3---------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|






************************************
| o   repeat symbol
| h   hammer on
| p   pull off
| x   mute note
************************************

            
            
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