Jason Boland & the Stragglers
If I Ever Get Back To Oklahoma
Incredible live song, I can't say enough about how much these guys rock.
Check 'em out if you get the chance.
INTRO- scratching muted strings.......
(A)If I ever get back to Oklahoma,
(D)Gonna nail my feet to the (A)ground.
(A)Too many stones are in my path
I been (E)trippin' and fallin' down
Those (A)Oklahoma City girls are fine
And (D)Tulsa's quite a town
If I (A)ever get back to Oklahoma
Gonna (E)nail my feet to the (A)ground
(F#m)Folks like me heading down the (A)road
(F#m)It seems to be the only (A)way
(F#m)If you don't know which way to (A)go
(D)Well you might get lost and (E)stay
(F#m)I dont wanna be gone (A)long
(F#m)There's too many things I know I'll (A)miss
(F#m)Tryin' to live my life in a country (A)song,
(D)I didn't know it'd be like (E)this
(F#m)Climbin' into bed still wearing (A)jeans
(F#m)I'll need a pot of coffee come the (A)dawn
(F#m)Ya knjow it ain't as hard as it (A)seems
(D)Sometimes I keep rollin (E)on.....
CHORUS(es)- replace "Too many stones in my path,
I been trippin and fallin down"
"Out here wheelin' and dealin' about
Is startin' to get me down"
when appropriate, and substitute "Stillwater" for "Tulsa" when appropriate,
buy the CD for rhythm.