CHRIS STAPLETON - Nobody To Blame

This song is from the album Traveller(2015), released on 04 May 2015.
I enjoyed the raw feel of this song. The guitars sounded beautiful and his rough vocals made it interesting. The simple beat made the song very pumpy and the compressions used has made it even better.
SongRating: 10/10

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

[INTRO] E
[VERSE]
E
She took down the photograph
E
Of our wedding day
E
Ripped it down the middle
E
And threw my half away
           A                  E
And I got nobody to blame but me
         A                E
I got nobody to blame but me
E
She broke all my fishing rods
E
Put my guns in hock
E
Threw my clothes out in the yard
E
And changed out all the locks
            A                   E
And I got nobody to blame but me
       A                   E
I got nobody to blame but me

[CHORUS]
E
I know right where I went wrong
A                          E
I know just what got her gone
E                                 A
Turned my life into this country song
               A              E
And I got nobody to blame but me
          A                E
I got nobody to blame but me

[INSTRUMENTAL] E A E A x2

[VERSE]
         E
She fired up my old hot rod
E
Ran it in the pond
E
Put sugar in my John Deere
E
I can’t even mow my lawn
             A                E
And I got nobody to blame but me
         A                E
I got nobody to blame but me
E
She built her a bonfire
E
With my old six string
E
Took all my good whiskey
E
And poured it down the drain
           A                  E
And I got nobody to blame but me
        A                E
I got nobody to blame but me

[CHORUS]
E
I know right where I went wrong
A                          E
I know just what got her gone
E                                 A
Turned my life into this country song
               A              E
And I got nobody to blame but me
          A                E
I got nobody to blame but me
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