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CHAYCE BECKHAM – 23 Chords and Tabs for Guitar and Piano | Sheet Music & Tabs

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This single was released on 14 May 2021. The vocals are by Chayce Beckham, the music is produced by Ross Copperman , Redah, and the lyrics are written by Chayce Beckham .
This song is originally in the key of C Minor. You can change it to any key you want, using the Transpose option. The average tempo is 89 BPM. These chords are simple and easy to play on the guitar, ukulele or piano.
 
Original Key: C Minor
Time Signature: 4/4
Tempo: 89
Suggested Strumming: DU,DU,DU,DU
c h o r d  z o n e . o r g
 [INTRO]

   Cm Eb Bb Fm x2
 . 
 [VERSE ONE]
     Cm         Eb               Bb          Fm
 Simple as my mama said when I was very young
      Cm                 Eb              Bb              Fm
 She told me, "Not to worry, son, one day, you'll be someone"
      Cm             Eb               Bb               Fm 
 But here I am at twenty one as loaded as a stagecoach shotgun
       Cm            Eb                   Bb Fm
 I'm sorry, Mama, please don't look at me
 
 [VERSE TWO]
          Cm                        Eb 
 When I got to Oklahoma, I was seventeen
           Bb                          Fm 
 My papa taught me how to work, and Lord, he was mean
    Cm                       Eb
 Workin' all day in that August heat
          Bb                               Fm
 And he taught me how to fish, my uncle taught me how to drink
 
 [VERSE THREE]
           Cm                       Eb 
 Well, I went to California and I had me a band
           Bb                                 Fm 
 And we played in all the bars in all the southern lands
      Cm                       Eb
 We played all night and we drank for free
    Bb               Fm 
 All of my boys and me
 
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 [CHORUS]
  Cm        Eb
 Now I'm twenty three
            Bb                      Fm 
 And thеre ain't nobody who can drink like me
   Cm              Eb
 Soon, I'll bе twenty four
            Bb                       Fm
 And the Lord knows that I can't drink no more
  Cm                 Eb
 I know I shoulda taken it slow
      Bb                 Fm        Cm  Eb
 It's not the way that my life goes
          Bb  Fm 
 Now I know

               Cm         Eb         Bb
 When you're passed out on the floor
        Fm                Cm 
 You're sober by twenty four

 [INSTRUMENTAL]
 
   Cm Eb Bb Fm 
 .
  
 [VERSE FOUR]
          Cm                          Eb 
 Well, I had a girl who loved me the whole damn time
       Bb                        Fm
 And I'd drink my whiskey and she'd drink wine
     Cm                     Eb             Bb Fm
 But soon, my bottle was too much to company

 [VERSE] 
             Cm                          Eb
 Yeah, we'd sit on the river and we'd fish all day
            Bb                                  Fm
 And we'd drive across the country, let the radio play
   Cm                   Eb                   Bb Fm
 Seven damn years, I never thought she'd leave
 
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 [CHORUS]
  Cm        Eb
 Now I'm twenty three
            Bb                      Fm 
 And thеre ain't nobody who can drink like me
   Cm              Eb
 Soon, I'll bе twenty four
            Bb                       Fm
 And the Lord knows that I can't drink no more
  Cm                 Eb
 I know I shoulda taken it slow
      Bb                 Fm        Cm  Eb
 It's not the way that my life goes
          Bb  Fm 
 Now I know

               Cm         Eb         Bb
 When you're passed out on the floor
        Fm                Cm 
 You're sober by twenty four
 
 [OUTRO]
     Cm         Eb               Bb          Fm
 Simple as my mama said when I was very young
      Cm                 Eb              Bb              Fm
 She told me, "Not to worry, son, one day, you'll be someone"
      Cm             Eb               Bb               Fm 
 But here I am at twenty one as loaded as a stagecoach shotgun
       Cm            Eb                   Bb Fm
 I'm sorry, Mama, please don't look at me

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