Beat Up Ford in guitar acoustic version might be one of your loved song. Not only hearing the song but you can play “Beat Up Ford by Jack Ingram” using guitar too. Yes .. this song by may also be played by that device. But, first thing, you need to know its guitar chords.

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Yups, guitar is hard to study in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the easier guitar will feel to play that song.

“Beat Up Ford” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Lonesome Questions (1995)” album.

Beat Up Ford by Jack Ingram Guitar Chords

(Acoustic)
C[()]hords: I saw Jack at an acoustic show
G D C9 C and he used a C9 with a hammer on

-3- -2- -3- -0- the second fret with his index
-3- -3- -3- -1- finger. (he only hammers during
-0- -2- -0- -0- the verse and not the chorus)
-0- -0- -0h2- -2-
-2- -x- -3- -3-
-3- -x- -0- -x-

(G) (D) (C9) 2x

[(G)]A young man dri[(D)]ving down a dusty[(C9)] road
[(G)]Like he’s got[(D)] somewhere to go[(C9)]
[(G)]Driving like he’s [(D)]got a destin[(C9)]ation
[(G)]Like he’s got som[(D)]ewhere to go in that beat[(C9)]-up Ford
[(G)]There was a time wh[(D)]en he was a young lost s[(C9)]oul
[(G)]He was chasing bu[(D)]tterflies and rain[(C9)]bows
[(G)]Until one day wh[(D)]en he found his pot of go[(C9)]ld
[(G)]In the words of a yo[(D)]ung man who turned ol[(C9)]d

[(G)]You’ve gotta have a [(D)]good imaginat[(C9)]ion
[(G)]If you’re gonna l[(D)]ive the life of ol[(C9)]d
[(G)]You’ve got to drive that [(D)]Ford like it’s a [(C9)]stallion
[(G)]And you’ve got to wear your [(D)]heart just like a g[(C9)]un
[(G)]The old man sa-[(D)]–id[(C)]
[(G)]The old man sa-[(D)]–id[(C)]

The boy walked out with a new-found hero
The boy, he walked away a man
And he said to himself that dusty day way down in Texas
I’m never gonna walk this path again

(CHORUS)

The boy walked out he was dreaming of wild times
When old cowboys, they broke down cattle lines
Now all those fields are all but gone
But his heart’s still free and he rides on

[(G)]The old man sa-[(D)]–id[(C)]
[(G)]The old man sa-[(D)]–id[(C)]
[(G)]The old man sa-[(D)]–id[(C)]

[(G)]A young man dri[(D)]ving down a dusty[(C9)] road
[(G)]Like he’s got[(D)] somewhere to go[(C9)]
[(G)]Driving like he’s [(D)]got a destin[(C9)]ation
[(G)]Like he’s got som[(D)]ewhere to go in that beat[(C9)]-up Ford

outro:
play intro once
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If you wanna be master of Jack Ingram Beat Up Ford guitar chords, you have to look at the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments. Every of those minor chords is fully based on its major counterpart.

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