KEITH URBAN - John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16

This single was released on Jun 09, 2015.
I loved the vibe of this song. The guitars in the background and the sexy rhythm brought in a great feel and energy to this song. The tempo was perfect, the lyrics were interesting and the energy in his voice made the song really enjoyable. Did you like it? Comment below.
SongRating: 10/10

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Scale: C Major
Time Signature: 4/4
Tempo: 85
Suggested Strumming: DU,DU,DU,DU

[INTRO] C G Am F x2
[VERSE]

[Verse 1]
       C                 G
I'm a 45 spinning on an old Victrola
       Am                        F
I'm a two strike swinger, I'm a Pepsi cola
        C                    G
I'm a blue jean quarterback saying 
                   Am                 F
"I love you" to the prom queen in a Chevy
     C                       G
I'm John Wayne, Superman, California
       Am                   F
I'm a Kris Kristofferson Sunday morning
       C                G            Am                 F
I'm a mom and daddy singing along to Don McLean at the Levy

[CHORUS]
C                   G
And I'm a child of a backseat freedom,
Am            F
Baptized by rock and roll
C                        G
Marilyn Monroe and the Garden of Eden,
Am              F
Never grow up, never grow old
       C                     G
Just another rebel in the great wide 
Am                        F
Open on the boulevard of broken dreams
C                            G
And I learned everything I needed 
                  Am                      F
To know from John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16

[INSTRUMENTAL] C G Am F x2

[VERSE]
C                        G
I'm Mark Twain on the Mississippi
       Am                     F
I'm Hemingway with a shot of whiskey
      C               G
I'm a TV dinner on a tray trying 
                  Am             F
To figure out the Wheel of Fortune
        C                 G
I'm a Texaco star, I'm a Gibson guitar
             Am                   F
I'm still a teenage kid trying to go too far
        C                    G       Am        F
I'm a jukebox waiting in a neon bar for a quarter

[CHORUS]
C                   G
And I'm a child of a backseat freedom,
Am            F
Baptized by rock and roll
C                        G
Marilyn Monroe and the Garden of Eden,
Am              F
Never grow up, never grow old
       C                     G
Just another rebel in the great wide 
Am                        F
Open on the boulevard of broken dreams
C                            G
And I learned everything I needed 
                  Am                      F
To know from John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16

[INSTRUMENTAL] C G Am F x2

[BRIDGE]
F
I spent a lot of years running from believing,
Am
Looking for another way to save my soul
       F
The longer I live, the more I see it: 
Am                   F
There's only one way home

[CHORUS x2]
C                   G
And I'm a child of a backseat freedom,
Am            F
Baptized by rock and roll
C                        G
Marilyn Monroe and the Garden of Eden,
Am              F
Never grow up, never grow old
       C                     G
Just another rebel in the great wide 
Am                        F
Open on the boulevard of broken dreams
C                            G
And I learned everything I needed 
                  Am                      F
To know from John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16

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