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Friends In Low Places Ukulele Chords by Garth Brooks

by Per Kjeller
Friends In Low Places Ukulele Chords by Garth Brooks

Friends In Low Places Ukulele Chords by Garth Brooks. The chords used in this song are A, Bbdim7, Bmin7, E, and Dmin. Change the key of the song for FREE if needed.

“Friends in Low Places” is an iconic country music song performed by the renowned American country artist Garth Brooks. Released in 1990, it quickly became one of Brooks’ most famous and beloved songs, and a defining track in the country genre. The song was written by Earl Bud Lee and Dewayne Blackwell.

The song’s appeal lies in its catchy melody, relatable lyrics, and Brooks’ charismatic vocal delivery. “Friends in Low Places” tells a story of attending a social event and realizing that one doesn’t fit into the high-class setting, but finding solace and camaraderie among friends at a local bar. This narrative of embracing one’s roots and finding comfort in humble surroundings resonated deeply with country music fans.

“Friends in Low Places” was a massive commercial success, reaching the top of the Billboard Country Music charts and staying there for multiple weeks. It became a signature song for Garth Brooks and helped solidify his status as one of the leading figures in country music.

The song won several awards, including the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association Awards for Single of the Year in 1991. Its popularity extended beyond the country music scene, appealing to a broader audience and contributing to the crossover appeal of country music in the 1990s.

An interesting aspect of “Friends in Low Places” is its role in popularizing the blend of traditional country music with elements of pop and rock, a style that Garth Brooks became known for. The song’s easygoing charm and singalong chorus made it a favorite at bars, parties, and gatherings, further embedding it in American culture.

“Friends in Low Places” remains a staple in Garth Brooks’ live performances and is often cited as a quintessential country song, capturing the genre’s spirit of camaraderie, resilience, and down-to-earth storytelling. The song’s enduring popularity is a testament to its timeless appeal and Garth Brooks’ impact on country music.

Friends In Low Places Ukulele Chords by Garth Brooks

VERSE 1:

Blame it Aall on my roots, I Bbdim7showed up in bootsAnd Bmin7ruined your black tie affairThe Elast one to know, the last one to showI was the Alast one you thought you’d see there
And I saw the surprise and the Bbdim7fear in his eyesWhen BminI took his glass of chamDminpagneEAnd I toasted you, said, “Honey, we may be throughBut you’ll never hear me complain”
CHORUS 1:
‘Cause AI‘ve got friends in low placesWhere the whiskey drowns and the beer chases my Bminblues awayAnd I’ll Ebe OKYeah, AI‘m not big on social gracesThink I’ll slip on down to the oasisOh, BminI‘ve got friends Ein low Aplaces
VERSE 2:
Well, I Aguess I was wrong, I Bbdim7just don’t belongBut Bmin7then I’ve been there beforeEveryEthing’s all right, I’ll just say good nightAnd I’ll Ashow myself to the doorHey, I didn’t mean to Bbdim7cause a big sceneJust Bmingive me an hour and DminthenWell, EI‘ll be as high as that ivory towerThat you’re livin’ in
CHORUS 2:
‘Cause AI‘ve got friends in low placesWhere the whiskey drowns and the beer chases my Bminblues awayAnd I’ll Ebe OKYeah, AI‘m not big on social gracesThink I’ll slip on down to the oasisOh, BminI‘ve got friends Ein low Aplaces
‘Cause AI‘ve got friends in low placesWhere the whiskey drowns and the beer chases my Bminblues awayAnd I’ll Ebe OKYeah, AI‘m not big on social gracesThink I’ll slip on down to the oasisOh, BminI‘ve got friends Ein low Aplaces
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