Jesus and Bartenders by Rebecca Lynn Howard Guitar Chords

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You can play Jesus and Bartenders by Rebecca Lynn Howard using guitar or guitar.
This song by Rebecca Lynn Howard can also be played by that device.
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Jesus and Bartenders guitar chords has rhythm and included in Forgive (2002) album.
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Jesus and Bartenders by Rebecca Lynn Howard Guitar Chords


Lyrics for: Jesus And Bartenders by Rebecca Lynn Howard

Capo 4th Fret

Intro (Em) (C) (G)

They both know a man in trouble, when they (C) see (G) one
And they’re both (C) willing to (G) listen when he (C) talks
(G) Anger and depression, (C) tearful con-(G)-fessions
(Em) Jesus and bar-(C)-tenders hear it (G) all,
Jesus (C) and bar-(G)-tenders (C) hear it (G) all

(C) They hear things that men don’t tell their (G) wives
Sinful (C) secrets (G) whiskey brings to (D) light
(C) One man offers comfort from the (G) Cross
The other (C) only (G) comfort (D) on the (G) rocks

They both know a man in trouble, when they (C) see (G) one
And they’re both (C) willing to (G) listen when he (C) talks
(G) Anger and depression, (C) tearful con-(G)-fessions
(Em) Jesus and bar-(C)-tenders hear it (G) all,
Jesus (C) and bar-(G)-tenders (C) hear it (G) all

(F) Well if you’re at the (C) end of your (G) rope
(F) Either one will (C) serve you, but (D) just one offers hope

But they both (G) know a man in trouble , when they (C) see (G) one
And they’re both (C) willing to (G) listen when he (C) talks
(G) Anger and depression, (C) tearful con-(G)-fessions
(Em) Jesus and bar-(C)-tenders hear it (G) all,
Jesus (C) and bar-(G)-tenders (C) hear it (G) all
Jesus (C) and bar-(G)-tenders”.. (C) hear it (G) aaaaaaall

[(Em)] [(C)] [(G)]


 

If you want to study Rebecca Lynn Howard Jesus and Bartenders 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 require tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is fully based on its major counterpart

The more you proceeding, the simple guitar will feel to play Jesus and Bartenders. Guitar is hard to study in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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