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Keith Urban - Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me

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Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me - Keith Urban
Album: Golden Road
Writers: Keith Urban/Monty Powell

Since the intro and all the verse is the chord of "D",
play a hammer-on variation something like this:


Listen to CD for timing and you can create the same sort
of rhythm pattern they're playing with the hammer-on and
strumming quick and short.

Intro: D

Verse 1: (all D)
I got no money in my pockets
I got a hole in my jeans
I had a job and I lost it
But it won't get to me
Cause I'm ridin' with my baby
And it's a brand new day
We're on the wheels of an angel
Flyin' away

       D                        Em7
And the sun is shining, and this road keeps winding
Through the prettiest country
From Georgia to Tennessee
And I got the one I love beside me
My troubles behind me
I'm alive and I'm free
Who wouldn't wanna be me

Verse 2: (all D)
Now she's strumming on my 6-string
Across her pretty knees
She's stompin' out a rhythm
And singing to me the sweetest song

Instrumental:  D  Em7  G  D


D                           Em7  D  G
I got no money in my pockets
D                       Em7  D  G
I got a hole in my jeans
     D                     Em7  D         G
We're on the wheels of an angel,  and I'm free
D                            Em7       D                    G
She's strumming on my 6-string, it's across her pretty knees
D                           Em7    D         G
She's stompin' out a rhythm,  and singing to me

D  Em7  D  G

D   =   xx0232
G   =   320003
Em7  =  020000

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