The Real Deal by Billy Joe Shaver Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for The Real Deal ukulele chords, you have visit to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument The Real Deal using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Billy Joe Shaver can also be played by that instruments.
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The Real Deal chords has rhythm and included in The Real Deal (2005) album.
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The Real Deal by Billy Joe Shaver Ukulele Chords


written by Billy Joe Shaver and Todd Daniel Snider
12/21/05

INTRO: G D G D

With a halo of gnats around my cotton-pickin’ head
You never even listened to a single word I said
You sit there on your pompous ass and click your fancy heels
Contemplate another piece of art that you can steal
Yeah you’re rich and you’re good-lookin’ and outstanding in your field
But I’m the real deal, no you can’t know how I feel
‘Cause I’m the real, real real deal
Ah ya bet your sweet petuti I’m the real deal

You may always be rich and I may always be poor
You’re the kind that never gets enough of wantin’ more
Hittin’ on my friends, swingin’ on my doors
Here’s a little somethin’s gonna even up the score
Try as you may you can’t know how I feel
‘Cause I’m the real deal, oh you can’t know how I feel
‘Cause I’m the real, real real deal
Ah ya bet your sweet petuti I’m the real deal

I used to chop that cotton sometimes leanin’ on my hoe
But we all know a hoe ain’t just a hoe anymore
You educated gals are ‘sposed to be so damned smart
Sometimes you fool around and get the horse behind the cart
I got one foot in the grave the other ‘un on a ‘nanner peel
But I’m the real deal, I can make you young girls squeal
‘Cause I’m the real, real real deal
You bet your sweet petuti I’m the real deal

INTRO out

To play the most songs, including The Real Deal by Billy Joe Shaver 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 ton of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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