INTRO- G, AM7, C/B, Bb, A5, G5, F5, G (x2) G AM7 She's pony-tailed an' she's halter topped C/B Bb A5 G5 F5 G Her bumper-sticker says I hate hip-hop. G AM7 With a southern drawl, she says Howdy, y'all, C/B C(STOP, FILL ) And her hands ain't afraid of dirt. G AM7 He's proud of his old truck C/B Bb A5 G5 F5 G He spray painted over dents and rust. G AM7 The motor smokes, it's got four bald tires, C But the radio works. D AM7 Raised on the Good Book and our country songs, C D Ridin' down back roads singin' along G AM7 So blame me for the way they are, Bb C Their love of the fiddle and the steel guitar. G AM7 Blame me for their cowboy hats, C Bb Roper boots, Wrangler jeans, and rifle racks. A5 B C If you wanna point a finger at somebody, C# D G (INTRO) for the way they beleive , Blame me. G AM7 They were kids when Hag and me came to town C/B C All eyes and ears: look at 'em now. G AM7 Center stage on the Grand Ole Opry, C On a Saturday night. G AM7 Sing of fishin' and the Lord above, C/B C Bb Fallin' in and out of love. G AM7 From Aunt Bea to Uncle Sam, C And that American Pie. D AM7 From big cities to the little towns C D We're hard-core country inside and out. (CHORUS) (SOLO) G, AM7, C/B, C, Em, D, C, B, Bb, F5, G (CHORUS) (INTRO OVER THE LAST BLAME ME'S) Blame me. Blame me. Blame me, yeah.