This Old Guitar And Me

Jason Eady

Tom: G
Intro: G-C 

verse 1: 
           G                    
Well I just turned thirty – five   
                                        C 
But it feels a whole lot like twenty – three 
           D   
I'm still waitn' on growin' up 
                            G         
Maybe then I'll figure out what I'll be 

And I've tried the nine to five before 
                                      C 
But me and that suit and tie did not agree 
        D 
So it's back to jeans and worn out shirts 
                                    G 
And nothin' but this old guitar and me 

C My car is barely runnin' G But I've run enough for both of us I guess C And my pockets are all empty G Knowing what I do is for the best I gave up on settling down C Don't think God made the ground to fit my feet D So I'm writin' these words and singin' these songs G With nothin' but this old guitar and me
verse 2: C I've exceeded expectations G Spoke in wild exaggerations now and then C I've sank down to the bottom G Ain't it funny where you find your best friend Now I'm somewhere in the middle C Where it only takes a little to be free D So I'm diggin' in and keeping time G With nothin' but this old guitar and me
C Well my car is barely runnin' G But I've run enough for both of us I guess C And my pockets are all empty G Knowing what I do is for the best I gave up on settling down C Don't think God made the ground to fit my feet D So I'm writin' these words and singin' these songs G With nothin' but this old guitar and me D Yeah I'm writin' these words And singin' these songs G With nothin' but this old guitar and me

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