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Artist: Brad Paisley
Album : Part II
Song  : I'm Gonna Miss Her
Writer: Brad Paisley and Frank Rogers
Tabbed: Phillip Carter

Tuning: Tune down half a step to Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb

Intro:  G - G/B - C - D x2  

Verse: 
      G         G/B   C      
Well I love her,       but I love to fish
  D
I spend all day out on this lake
    G             D
And hell is all I catch
    G                G/B
But today she met me at the door
  C
Said I would have to choose
     G        G/F#    Em
If I hit that fishin' hole today
C        G/F#    Em    
She'd be packin' all her things
    C                D  
And she'd be gone by noon


Chorus:
         G
Well I'm gonna miss her, When I get home
          D
But right now I'm on this lakeshore
       G               D
And I'm sittin' in the sun
               C
I'm sure it'll hit me
       G                 G/F#         Em7
When I walk through that door tonight
               C
That I'm gonna miss her
           C                      G
Oh, lookie there, I've got a bite


Bridge:
Em
Now there's a chance that if I hurry
                         G-Am-Bm-Em
I could beg her to stay
Em
But that water's right and the weather's perfect
                        D
No tellin' what I might catch today

(repeat chorus)

This is a great song by an incredible artist...i'm not ENTIRELY sure on the 
bridge after the first Em7, I think it MAY change chords, but I can't hear 
it unfortunately so I leave it as is.  I didn't include the break, but I am 
pretty sure the break is just like the chorus but it has a walkup right at 
the end to the Em7, much like the G-Am-Bm-Em walkup, only not as drastic.  
Enjoy!!


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