Your Southern Soul
This is a song that will probably appear on the forthcoming album, Heaven. Bear with me on the lyrics, as Ham (God love him) tends to slur his words. INTRO C#m barred on the 4th fret alternately picking A and the remaining four strings and low E and the same four below. Do four bars of this back and forth pattern, which is incidentally the sort of motion you should be doing whenever possible throughout the song. VERSE C#m D (barred right above) Family comes from Kentucky D C#m And there's bourbon in the blood C#m D G F#m Head up the country for the city in 19-fifty-one CHORUS G open D open Me, I'm in between two worlds G open D open F#m Saw you on TV last night... VERSE C#m D Life looks easy on the TV D C#m Rewriting the sun blue years [no clue on these lyrics] C#m D G F#m I'll fill my evenings with images of the hazy here-after CHORUS G open D open I don't even know your name G open D open It's your southern heart I'm after Bm F#m D open It's your southern heart I'm after OUTRO e---------3-3---] B---------3-5---] G---------4-5---] X 2 D-----4---5-5---] A---5---5-5-x---] E-5-------x-x---] Now repeat the above pattern (which I'll call D-G-C) over the following lyrics: D G C D-G-C Tell me again how you loved all the men you were after D G C D-G-C Tell me again of the end in the hazy hereafter D G C D-G-C Tell me again how you loved all the men you were after D G C D-G-C Tell me again how you loved all the men you were after END 2 bars of Em and finish on open D Enjoy!