Shuckin’ the Corn played in guitar maybe one of the perfect music you liked. Not only hearing the music but you can play “Shuckin’ the Corn by Ray LaMontagne” using guitar too. Yeah .. this song by can also be played by that device. But, first thing, you must know its guitar chords.

When you are searching for Shuckin’ the Corn guitar chords, you just come to the perfect page.

Yeah,Ya, guitar is tough to master in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play that song.

“Shuckin’ the Corn” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “One Lonesome Saddle (2002)” album.

Shuckin’ the Corn by Ray LaMontagne Guitar Chords

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#RAY Lamontagne
#SHUCKIN THE CORN
#tab by Sticky Henry
#tuned down 1/2 step
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----[C]---[F]---[G]----[C7]---[F7]----[E]---[G7]

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eb}-(0)-------------------------------(0)-----3---|

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Bb}--1-----1-----3------1------6------(0)-----6---|

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Gb}--0-----2-----4------3------8-------1------4---|

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Db}--2-----3-----5------2------7-------2------3---|

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Ab}--3-----3-----5------3------8-------2------5---|

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Eb}--3-----1-----3---------------------0------6---|

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#thumb bass notes
#INTRO – C
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[C]Shuckin the corn[E] shuckin the corn
[F]You ain?t done a thing since the[C] day you were born
You just lay around the shade all[G]day
Shuckin the [C]corn[F][C][G]

[C]Talkin? down your[E] fellow man,
[F]Ain?t no way to fill your[C] fryin pan.
[C]You ought to shut your mouth[G]
Instead of shuckin[C] corn[F][C][G]

[C]How you gonna get down to Georgia?
How you gonna get down to[G] Georgia?
Them box cars are full of rock coal son,
The box cars are full of rock [C]coal[F][C]

[C]Who?s gonna meet you at the station?
Tell me who?s gonna meet you at the[G] station?
My baby and a bottle of wine, Joe.
My baby and a bottle of wine[C][F]

[C]Shuckin? the corn[E] shuckin? the corn
[F]You ain?t done a thing since the[C] day you were born
You just lay around the shade all [G]day
Shuckin? the [C]corn[F][C][G]

[C]Talkin? down your[E] fellow man
[F]Ain?t no way to fill your[C] fryin pan.
You ought to shut your mouth son[G]
Instead of shuckin[C] corn[F][C][G][G7]

[C]Now how you make the boss man smile child
How you make the boss man[G] smile
Lay another bushel on the pile son
Lay another bushel on the[C] pile[F][C]

[C]Now how you make the boss man cross now?
How you make the boss man [G]cross?
Shuck another bushel on the ground boy.
Just shuck another bushel on the[C] ground[F][C]

[C]Shuckin? the corn [E]shuckin? the corn
[F]You ain?t done a thing since the[C] day you were born,
You just lay around the shade all[G] day,
Shuckin? the[C]corn

[F]Aww were talkin bout [C]gossip now [G]children

[C]Talkin? down your [E]fellow man,
[F]Ain?t no way to fill your[C] fryin pan.
You ought to shut your mouth son[G]
Instead of shuckin[C]corn[F][C]alright[F]

[C][C7][F][F7] [C][G] [C][F][C] [G7]

[C]Now don?t you give me no wedding ring boy
Don?t you give me no wedding [G]ring
It?s heavy like a ball and chain man
It?s heavy like a ball and[C] chain[F][C]

[C]This is what he told me he said
Don?t you give me no wedding ring baby
Don?t you give me no wedding [G]ring
Aww they say it?s heavy like a ball and chain son
It?s heavy like a ball and[C] chain[F][C]

[C]Shuckin the corn[E] shuckin the corn
[F]You ain?t done a thing since the [C]day you were born
You just lay around the shade all [G]day
Shuckin? the[C] corn[F][C][G]

[C]Talkin? down your[E] fellow man
[F]Ain?t no way to[C] fill your fryin pan
You ought to shut your mouth man[G]
Instead of shuckin that corn[C]
Just a[F] shuckin that[C] corn
Just a[F]shuckin that [C]corn
You?ve gotta[F] shut your[C] mouth
Awww yeah[C]

OK so Idunno, I think it’s close enough
The G’s may be G7th’s, but I’m tired of making that listening hard face, and I don’t
if it’s 7 & or not anymore
This is just the way I think Raymond is playing it…there are plenty of other ways to
it…
You can play F7 like this (131211)and G7(320001)
Or u could play it in B in standard tuning
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If you want to learn Ray LaMontagne Shuckin’ the Corn guitar chords, you have to learn 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 minors of any of these chords only require few adjustments. Every of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart.

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