Lirik Lagu dan Chord Gitar Drive-By Truckers - Get Downtown

Intro : G


G
Kim said, "Jimmy, you better get yourself up
C
Off of that raggedy couch

D
I'm too pretty to work, and I'm tired of you
C            D
Uglying up my house"
G
Jimmy said, "Baby, the guys at the top
        C
Are doing bad as the guys on the street"
D
Kim said, "The guys at the top ain't about to be
C               D
Paying alimony to me"



Chorus:

       G
Get downtown
                 C
See what you can find
        D                           G
Put your face in someone's that ain't mine

Looks like the unemployment blues
   C
Are wearing out your house shoes
D                               G
Baby left when your boots came untied

Solo

G
Jimmy said, "Baby, ain't you seen the news?
C
It's as far as the eyes can see
D
Foreigners are coming in and doing our jobs
C                                   D
For half of what they would've paid me"
G
"You mean half of what you would've made for
C
Something you've never done
D
Sounds like the bright side to all this, Jimmy
C                       D
Is your asking price went up



Chorus:

           G
Now get downtown
                 C
See what you can find
       D                          G
Put your face in someone's that ain't mine

Looks like the unemployment blues
   C
Are wearing out your house shoes
D                               G
Baby left when your boots came untied

Solo

G
Jimmy said, "Baby, if I work for your daddy
C
It's worse than being his son"
D
Kim didn't like what he said one bit
C                         D
And it didn't surprise him none
G
She said, "My daddy took good enough care of my mama,
C
She hardly had to say a thing"
D
Jimmy said, "That's part of what's wrong"
C                                   D
Kim said, "Don't you say another damn thing



Chorus:

         G
Just get downtown
              C
See what you can find
         D                            G
Put your face in someone's that ain't mine

Looks like the unemployment blues
    C
Are wearing out your house shoes
D                                G
Baby left when your boots came untied