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Thank God For Hometowns
Simplified Intro for Guitar  (Half Step Down)

G         Bm           A
-----5-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
-------7--------3-5-------------2h3--2---------------------------------------|
---7------------------------2----------4-------------------------------------|
-5-----------4------------2-----2h4------------------------------------------|
-----------2------------0----------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Simplified Intro for Guitar (Standard tuning capo on 4)
  
 D          F#m         E
-----0-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
-------2---------------------------------------------------------------------|
---2--------------2-4---------1h2---1----------------------------------------|
-0--------------------------2---------4--------------------------------------|
--------------4-----------2--------------------------------------------------|
------------2-----------0----------------------------------------------------|

Play 2 times, but 2nd time, just strum the A chord

Chords for half step down:  **To play without tuning to half step down, transpose 
these chords down 5 and capo 4

G  Bm  A x2  (Chord intro)

[VERSE]

G          D     
Yesterday I got a call
   A                    Bm  A   G           A
Someone I didnt know at all had passed away
G                D       
Mama said, "Yeah you know him
    A                    Bm     A      
You went to school with both his kids
G
They lived out on Prescott lane"
Em
She said, "You shouldve seen the line
G                      A
Mrs. Johnson said to tell you 'Hi'"

[Chorus:]
G                    Bm        A
Thank God for hometowns
                      G          Bm          A
And all the love that makes you go round
                   G              D            A   
Thank God for the county lines that welcome you back in
    Bm     A        G                 
When you were dying to get out
A   (F#)             G          Bm      A
Thank God for Church pews
                        G           Bm         A
And all the faces that wont forget you
                   G                D              A
Cause when you’re lost out in this crazy world
Bm    A                Em
You got somewhere to go and get found
G         Bm        A     
Thank God for hometowns
Yeah
G         Bm        A

[VERSE]

Last June my cousin tied the knot,
Didnt know if Id go or not
But Im sure glad I did
It was a pretty good haul but worth the drive
I could feel myself come back to life
The closer that Id get
First red light I rolled the windows down
Breathed it in and took a look around

[Chorus:]
Thank God for hometowns
First kisses and touchdowns
Thank God for the county lines that welcome you back in
When you were dying to get out
Thank God for Church pews
And all the faces that wont forget you
And when youre lost out in this crazy world
You got somewhere to go and get found
D/F#            G            Bm     A      G     Bm    A
Thank God for hometowns

[Bridge:]
Em             Bm            A
I always find another piece of me
Em             G            A
Walking down these old familiar streets

[Chorus:]

(Play Intro for these 1st 2 lines, then regular chorus (same as before))
Thank God for hometowns
And all the love that makes them go round

Thank God for the county lines that welcome you back in
When you were dying to get out
Thank God for Church pews
And all the faces that wont forget you
And when youre lost out in this crazy world
You got somewhere to go and get found

[Intro again]

Thank God for hometowns
Thank God for hometowns

End:   D/F#  to  G  (slowly go into the last G)
 
 
Carrie Underwood - Thank God For Hometowns :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Thank God For Hometowns tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Thank God For Hometowns:

Her second album, Carnival Ride, was released on October 23, 2007. It has so far sold about 3 million copies[3] and has produced three number one country hits, "So Small", "All-American Girl", and "Last Name". Underwood's Christmas single, "Do You Hear What I Hear?" peaked at #2 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary charts.

Aside from her vocals, Underwood's success is attributed to what many fans recognize as her wholesome image.[4] In general, many of her songs also present inspirational and uplifting themes and messages.[5] To date, Underwood has sold over 12 million records worldwide. Underwood was recently featured during the seventh season of American Idol.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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