Guitar chords with lyrics
Tuning: Standard (E A D G B E) Key: E MajorE Difficulty: Novice Tab dedicated to Amber - standard tuning.
Verse 1: E MajorE Well Long Eared Drifter riding ‘cross the plain. E MajorE Nobody'd ever seen him, nobody knew his name. D MajorD A augmentedA When he stormed into town and reached E MajorE D MajorD For some filtered water. A augmentedA And some carrot nibblers. Verse 2: E MajorE Well a pretty little filly stopped the stranger and she said, "Step into my saloon and rest your weary head.” D MajorD A augmentedA But the stranger just shook his head and said, E MajorE "I’ll have a nicoise salad. Chorus: A minorAm E MajorE 'Cause there's good carbs and bad carbs and every cowboy knows, A minorAm E MajorE The carbs from fruits and vegetables will help you fit your clothes. D MajorD Speaking of which I’m gonna need , A augmentedA E MajorE Some more carrot nibblers.”
Verse 3: E MajorE (single strums) G+G Then he saw Black Bart standing in the sunrise, A minorAm E MajorE He had gristle in his teeth and diabetes in his eyes. D MajorD A augmentedA He said "Bart, you and me's gonna square off, E MajorE Over a yogurt parfait." Chorus: A minorAm E minorEm But Bart scooped up the woman and he took off riding hard, A minorAm E minorEm He took her to a taco stand that makes everything with lard. A minorAm FF He ordered sixteen tacos made with bullets, beef and flour, E minorEm BB He said “Girl, you're gonna eat these even if it takes an hour.” Verse 4: E MajorE Well that's when that old stranger came a-riding up fast, He dismounted his pony and took a shot of wheat grass. D MajorD A augmentedA "This taco party's over," said the stranger with a drawl, E MajorE "You eat that junk, you'll jack up your bad cholesterol. D MajorD A augmentedA And one more thing buddy - you forgot your parfait.” Verse 5: D MajorD A augmentedA E MajorE As when you're fighting evil every healthy cowboy knows, D MajorD A augmentedA E MajorE You gotta keep your blood sugar from getting too low. D MajorD A augmentedA 'Cause if you don't you better know, Joe. E MajorE You’re gonna get real sleepy. Verse 6: E MajorE Well, Bart just laughed and said "I don't need that trash, I live on steak and ice-cream and corned beef hash. D MajorD A augmentedA E MajorE And I'd mow you down right now if I wasn't feeling so sluggish.” Chorus: A minorAm E minorEm The stranger pushed that parfait towards him and he stared Bart down, A minorAm E minorEm And a hush and a chill fell across the town. D MajorD A augmentedA And everybody froze as Bart reached E MajorE And took a bite of his parfait. Verse 7: D MajorD A augmentedA E MajorE Well Bart’s cheeks got rosy and his hair regained its sheen. D MajorD A augmentedA E MajorE He said "It’s my sugar intake that's been making me so mean. D MajorD A augmentedA Speaking of which stranger won't you share some of those carrot nibblers " Verse 8: E MajorE And now two cowboys ride across that dusty land, Vanquishing darkness and eating oat bran. D MajorD A augmentedA And one thing you better understand, man, D MajorD A augmentedA They hardly ever get sleepy. D MajorD A augmentedA They also enjoy stir-fry. D MajorD A augmentedA They carefully control their portions. D MajorD A augmentedA And they keep food journals. D MajorD A augmentedA And they share their nibblers. (Healthy cowboys)