Putting On The Dog by Mike Snider Guitar Chords

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You can play Putting On The Dog by Mike Snider using guitar or guitar.
This song by Mike Snider can also be played by that equipment.
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Putting On The Dog guitar chords has tempo and included in Comedy Songs album.
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Putting On The Dog by Mike Snider Guitar Chords


Here is a song recorded by Mike Snider that I transcribed today:

Puttin On The Dog
Mike Snider

Since all her friends has got one
My wife is awantin one too
A fur coat –
And there aint nuthin else gonna do.

Said shed look real classy,
Make me prouda her
If run down to the store
And buy her a fur.

Well, she put me t thinkin how that I
Was gonna swing that kinda deal
She knows we cant afford nuthin like that
And Im too afraid t steal!

But the problem finally solved itself
Like a bolt out of the blue
It just jumped right out in front of me
On highway twenty-two

That big ol german shepard
My car he didnt see
He went to dog heaven
Left his hide there for me.

For six weeks in the basement
I worked on it every night
It was trial and error
But I finally got it right

I put it in a Captain Crunch box
Carried it upstairs to her
She french kissed me
When she seen her fur

Now shes got that fuzzy fur coat
Reaches all the way down to her knees
Shes been complainin lately
Says her closets plumb full of fleas

She dont know old Fido
Is wrapped around her tight
Shes puttin on the dog
When she goes out at night

Yeah, She dont know old Fido
Is wrapped around her tight
Shes really puttin on the dog
When she goes out at night

Shes been real depressed
Since I backed out over the cat
I believe shes gonna smile real big
When I show her that new fur hat!

submitted by Bob Henrickson


 

If you want to learn Mike Snider Putting On The Dog guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just lack tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart

The more you proceeding, the simple guitar will feel to play Putting On The Dog. Guitar is hard to study in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it.

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