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

Tuning: Standard

Fourth song on the album. I believe there are two guitars in this song; one is
playing the riffs and the other is playing the chords, but you can pull it off
alone if you need to (just don't play the riffs while you're singing). 

CHORDS USED:

Dsus2: xx0230
C:    (3)32010
Em:    022000
Em/F:  122000
Am:    x02210
F:     133211


MAIN RIFF (played throughout verse, goes straight into Dsus2):

e|--1p0-------------0---0----------------------------------------------------|
B|------3--1-----1------2----------------------------------------------------|
G|------------2---------3----------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------------0----------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

TRANSITION RIFF (played when going from C to Em in the verse):

e|--1p0----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------3--1-----------------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------2--0-----------------------------------------------------------|
D|------------------3--2-----------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|


INTRO:

(MAIN RIFF)   Dsus2     C
(MAIN RIFF)   Dsus2     C
(MAIN RIFF)   Dsus2     C
(TRANS. RIFF) Em  Em/F  Am
Em  Em/F  Am     


VERSE 1:

(MAIN RIFF)

Dsus2                    C
    He had a haircut like Martin Van Burren
Dsus2                      C
    Sideburns way down his chin
Dsus2                 C                              
    He wore a smokin' jacket 
TRANS. RIFF             Em  Em/F  Am
like Hugh Hefner always did

Em  Em/F  Am

(MAIN RIFF)


VERSE 2:

Dsus2                          C
    And in the throes of winter when everything is slow,
Dsus2                 C
    Warm whiskey at fourteen below he traded in
Dsus2     C           Em  Em/F  Am
    That snow for Mexico

Em  Em/F  Am


CHORUS:

F                    Dsus2
  Turntable turnin', no sound
F                    Dsus2
  Breakfast burning southbound
F                          Dsus2         C
  Take out the whiskey and pass the jars around

Em  Em/F  Am
Em  Em/F  Am

(MAIN RIFF)


VERSE 3:

Dsus2                          C
    And from the rooftops the hollers came,
Dsus2                C
    40 pesos for a friendly game
Dsus2                    C
    Unbroken horses and women just as tame

Em  Em/F Am
Em  Em/F Am

(Repeat CHORUS)

Guitar Solo (Play Em  Em/F  Am four times)

(Repeat CHORUS)

Em  Em/F  Am
Em  Em/F  Am
Em  Em/F  Am


END






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| p   pull-off
| x   muted note
| ()  optional note
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