Out Drinkin’ in guitar acoustic version might be one of the good song you liked. Not only hearing the music but you can play “Out Drinkin’ by Pat Dailey” using guitar too. Yes .. this music by may also be played by that device. But, first thing, you need to understand its guitar chords.

If you are looking for Out Drinkin’ guitar chords, you just come to the right page.

Yeah,Ya, guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play Out Drinkin’ song.

“Out Drinkin'” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Freshwater (2000)” album.

Out Drinkin’ by Pat Dailey Guitar Chords

Out Drinkin? ? Pat Daily
Tabbed by – BUNDY

Fun song here. The chords are correct but they are not placed exactly where they
should be in this tab. Listen to the song and you can figure out when to change
from chord to chord and get the strumming pattern as well. Enjoy!

Capo 1st Fret
Verse 1:
[G]You should have seen me last night
when I fel[C]l down laughing
and I st[G]umbled down a flight of metal stairs[D]
[G]I went crashing through the window at the VFW[C] hall
and tumb[A]led over a pile of metal chairs[D7]
Then I cus[C]sed out my girlfriend, tried to feel up[G] her mom
[C]I wrecked my car and I think I b[A]ruised my spine[D7]

Chorus:
Oh you, ough[C]ta go with me, when I, go o[G]ut drinkin[E]
[A]I always have myself[D] a real good ti[G]me

Verse 2:
[G]I got drunk a stole a boat out of the, E[C]dgewater Yacht club
doing 90 m[G]iles an hour right to the ba[D]y
I [G]sunk her out by Buckeye point and walk[C]ed on into town
[A]Tore up someone’s flowers on my way[D7]
Then I bar[C]ged into the Crew’s nest and I threw up on the [G]rug
I [C]slapped that hostess on her big behind[A][D7]

Chorus:
Oh you, ough[C]ta go with me, when I, go o[G]ut drinkin[E]
[A]I always have myself[D] a real good ti[G]me

Verse 3:
I talk d[C]irty to the waitress and I never [G]leave a tip
I [C]leave her my roaches in the guacamole dip[A][D7]

Chorus:
Oh you, ough[C]ta go with me, when I, go o[G]ut drinkin[E]
[A]I always have myself[D] a real good ti[G]me

Verse 4:
Well I’m goin[G]g out tonight, I’m gonna, tie on [C]a good one
Does anyb[G]ody here wanna go out drinkin with me!?[D]
I’ll [G]take you to this biker bar where we can kick s[C]ome ass
And a gay[A] bar where we’ll get our drinks for free[D7]
We’ll do sho[C]oters of tequila and a case of beer [G]apiece
We’ll wa[C]sh it down with a gallon of cheap Erie Island wine[A][D7]

Chorus:
Oh you, ough[C]ta go with me, when I, go o[G]ut drinkin[E]
[A]I always have myself[D] a real good ti[G]me

Verse 5:
[C]I?m gonna shout out loud and moon the crowed and dance on all the bars[G]
Then go [C]out in the parking lot and piss on people’s cars[A][D7]

Chorus:
Oh you, ough[C]ta go with me, when I, go o[G]ut drinkin[E]
[A]I always have myself[D] a real good ti[G]me
Gimme that wine
I’m feelin so fine
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If you wanna learn Pat Dailey Out Drinkin’ guitar chords, you need to understand the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we take all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords only lack few adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart.

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