Blame It on Texas by Mark Chesnutt Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Blame It on Texas using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Mark Chesnutt can also be played by that instruments.
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Blame It on Texas chords has rhythm and included in Too Cold at Home (1990) album.
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Blame It on Texas by Mark Chesnutt Ukulele Chords


INTRO: A
VERSE ONE
Been having a ball since I was a boy in Beaumont.
I loved that town but I just couldn’t stay.
Two-stepped all the way to Ama-rillo,[(D-D#-E7)] slide
Shuffled my way into Santa Fe.

I just had to see the sun set out in Frisco.
F#m D E E7(STOP)
The Golden Gate is great, but it ain’t home.
NC A -A/A (STOP)
Give me a rodeo.

CHORUS
NC D A
Blame it on Texas,…Don’t blame it on me.
I am what I am,..And that’s what I’m gonna be.
D A D (STOP)
You can say what you wanna say,…About my in-san-ity.
Blame it on Texas[(E7-Eb7-E7)],.(slide)…Don’t blame it on me.

INSTRUMENTAL TURNAROUND

[-A]
VERSE TWO
Met a girl out in eastern Okla-homa.
Her daddy was a Tulsa million-aire.
With miles and miles of oil wells, he’d leave her.
Well all a man could want was waiting there.

But one night while she lay sleeping, I slipped away.
F#m D E E7(STOP)
Like no man in his right mind would do.
NC A – A/A
Call me a fool

CHORUS REPEAT
NC D A
Blame it on Texas,…Don’t blame it on me.
I am what I am,…And that’s what I’m gonna be.
D A D (STOP)
You can say what you wanna say,..About my in-san-ity.
Blame it on Texas,[(E-Eb7-E7)].(slide)…Don’t blame it on me.
TAGG
A A7 D (STOP)
You can say what you wanna say,About my in-san-ity
Blame it on Texas

E7 A (notes A-C#-D-D#-E E-D-C#-A) A

Don’t blame it on me.

To play the this songs, including Blame It on Texas by Mark Chesnutt by ukulele, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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