The Fine Line by Montgomery Gentry Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for The Fine Line ukulele chords, you’ve visit to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument The Fine Line using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Montgomery Gentry can also be played by that instruments.
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The Fine Line chords has rhythm and included in Carrying On (2001) album.
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The Fine Line by Montgomery Gentry Ukulele Chords

THE FINE LINE[(3)]
Montgomery Gentry
Sumbitted by: Mischief810

This song can be played in both standard tuning and double drop D tuning. It’s
easy to play and sing. It’s also fun to play with different interpretations of
the song.

All three verses are played using a strum of the D Major chord. When Eddie begins
singing “so I think I’ll just set here…” return to the D Major pattern. Listen
to the recording to get the strum pattern right.

Tuning: EADGBe

Intro:

Verse 1:

I told my mom goodbye when I was eighteen.
She told me bye for good at age sixty-three.
She was an angel right here on earth;
There was sure a fine line between heaven and her.
Verse 2:

I went and married the woman I loved.
Three years of me later she had enough.
Just one more angel I didn’t deserve;
There was sure a fine line between heaven and her.

Chorus:
Feels like everything I love I lose.
God giveth and He takes away.
Prayin’s the right thing to do,
But I don’t feel like prayin’ today…
So I think I’ll just set here,

And drink for a spell…

Cause there’s sure a fine line between heaven and hell.
(Play intro chords twice, with emphasis!)

Verse 3:

Now I’m headed nowhere ninety nine miles an hour.
In a ’62 Dodge with three hundred horsepower.
If she holds together I might get the nerve…
(silence)
To cross that fine line between heaven and her.
Chorus:
Feels like everything I love I lose.
God giveth and He takes away.
Prayin’s the right thing to do,
But I don’t feel like prayin’ today…

So maybe I’ll just slow down and drink for a spell.
(silence)
‘Cause there’s sure a fine line between heaven and hell.
Outro:
Play intro chords once again, with emphasis!

This is how I play the song using only one acoustic guitar. It can also be played
using Double Drop D tuning: DADGBd, and play the D chord shown below. But you’ll
have to revoice the G Major chord in the Chorus to make it sound right. Another
cool substitution is to arpeggiate an Asus2 at the end of the chorus.

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To play the this songs, including The Fine Line by Montgomery Gentry by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a ton of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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