GRAHAM BARHAM – BAYOU BOY Chords and Tabs for Guitar and Piano | Sheet Music & Tabs

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This single was released on 13 February 2024. The vocals are by Graham Barham, the music is produced by Will Bundy, and the lyrics are written by Graham Barham, Will Bundy , Beau Bailey.
This song is originally in the key of Bb Major. You can change it to any key you want, using the Transpose option. The average tempo is 75 BPM. These chords are simple and easy to play on the guitar, ukulele or piano.

 
Original Key: Bb Major
Time Signature: 4/4
Tempo: 75
Suggested Strumming: DU,DU,DU,DU
c h o r d  z o n e . o r g
 [INTRO]


 . 
 [VERSE ONE]
 Bb 
 Bayou boys live a little risky
  Bb 
 Sneakin’ into games with a water bottle whiskey
  Bb 
 Yes ma’am smile but a mean left hook
  Bb 
 Know a lotta shit you can’t learn in a book like

 Bb
 How to kill a cottonmouth with a door shovel
  Bb 
 How to get some sugar out a cane filled fire
  Bb 
 Red, white and blue but bleeding gold and purple
  Bb
 Where it never rains on a Saturday night
 
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 [CHORUS]
  Bb 
 Way down yonder off the Mississippi
   Ab 
 There’s a little town of 115
 Eb 
 [?] sticking out our holy water
  Ab                          Eb
 Sun’s about as hot as the farmer’s daughter
  Bb 
 Catching crawfish in a ditch off the road
 Ab
 Sunday morning praying in your Massio
    Eb 
 Mardi Gras dancing, catching beads
  Ab                 Eb 
 Hurricane twisted c’est la vie
 
 If you don’t know nothin’ bout ducks or gators
  Eb
 Two finger weaves and see ya laters
            Ab
 Slangin’ delta dirt on jacked up toys
                                          Bb
 You ain’t never been down to the Bayou, boy
  
 [VERSE TWO]

 Bayou boys will buy you a drink

 And buy a piece of land where the church bells ring

 Take a fanboat flying like it ain’t no thing

 With a swamp in the Spanish [?]

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 [CHORUS]

 Way down yonder off the Mississippi

 There’s a little town of 115

 [?] sticking out our holy water

 Sun’s about as hot as the farmer’s daughter

 Catching crawfish in a ditch off the road

 Sunday morning praying in your Massio

 Mardi Gras dancing, catching beads

 Hurricane twisted c’est la vie

 If you don’t know nothin’ ‘bout ducks or gators

 Two finger weaves and see ya laters

 Slangin’ delta dirt on jacked up toys

 You ain’t never been down to the Bayou, boy

 

 [BRIDGE]

 Let the good times roll, let ‘em all roll

 Let that Louisiana heat soothe my soul

 Let the good times roll, let ‘em all roll

 Laissez le bon temps rouler, sounds like home

 

 [CHORUS]

 Way down yonder off the Mississippi

 There’s a little town of 115

 [?] sticking out our holy water

 Sun’s about as hot as the farmer’s daughter

 Catching crawfish in a ditch off the road

 Sunday morning praying in your Massio

 Mardi Gras dancing, catching beads

 Hurricane twisted c’est la vie

 If you don’t know nothin’ ‘bout ducks or gators

 Two finger weaves and see ya laters

 Slangin’ delta dirt on jacked up toys

 You ain’t never been down to the Bayou, boy

 Nah, you never been down to the Bayou, boy

 Never been down, never been down

 To the Bayou, boy

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