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Gone Country Ukulele Chords by Alan Jackson

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Gone Country Ukulele Chords by Alan Jackson

Gone Country Ukulele Chords by Alan Jackson. The chords used in this song are G, Csus9, D, and Emin. You can change the key of the song for FREE if needed.

“Gone Country” is a popular song by American country music artist Alan Jackson, released in 1994 as part of his album “Who I Am.” Written by Bob McDill, a prolific songwriter in the country music genre, the song addresses the trend of artists from other music genres turning to country music in search of success. The song’s clever lyrics and Jackson’s authentic delivery captured the essence of the mid-1990s country music scene, making it a significant hit.

The song is characterized by its witty commentary on the commercialization of country music and the diverse backgrounds of its artists. With lines that depict various characters from different walks of life finding their way to Nashville in the hope of hitting it big in country music, “Gone Country” is both a celebration and a gentle critique of the genre’s broadening appeal. Alan Jackson’s smooth vocals and traditional country instrumentation, combined with the song’s engaging narrative, helped it resonate with a wide audience.

“Gone Country” achieved considerable success, reaching the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Its popularity bolstered Alan Jackson’s status as one of country music’s leading figures and highlighted his ability to craft songs that were both reflective and entertaining.

An interesting aspect of “Gone Country” is its reflection of the country music industry’s state during the 1990s, a period when the genre experienced a significant surge in popularity, attracting artists and influences from outside traditional country boundaries. The song has been interpreted as both a welcoming embrace of this evolution and a nod to the genre’s roots, showcasing Jackson’s nuanced perspective on the changes within the industry.

Over the years, “Gone Country” has remained a fan favorite and a classic example of Alan Jackson’s storytelling prowess and musical talent. The song’s enduring popularity underscores its insightful commentary on the country music scene and its appeal as a catchy, thought-provoking track. “Gone Country” stands as a testament to Alan Jackson’s ability to connect with listeners through music that is both reflective of its time and timeless in its appeal.

 

Gone Country Ukulele Chords by Alan Jackson

 

VERSE 1:

She’s been Gplayin’ in a room on the strCsus9ip for   Dten years in GVegas DCsus9Every Gnight she looks in the mirCsus9ror and Dshe only aGges DCsus9She’s been Greadin’ about Nashville and all the Csus9records that Deverybody’s Gbuyin’ DCsus9Says, I’m a Gsimple girl myself Csus9grew up Don Long GIsland   DCsus9
PRE 1:
So she Eminpacks her bags to Dtry her handEminSays this might be Dmy last chance
CHORUS 1:
She’s gone Gcountry, Csus9look at them DbootsShe’s Ggone country, Csus9back to her DrootsShe’s gone Gcountry, a Csus9new kind of DsuitShe’s gone Emincountry, here she comes GDCsus9GDCsus9
VERSE 2:
Well, the Gfolk scene’s dead, but Csus9he’s holdin’ Dout in the GVillage DCsus9   He’s been Gwritin’ songs, speakin’ Csus9out against Dwealth and Gprivilege DCsus9He says, GI don’t believe in money, but a Csus9man could Dmake him a Gkillin’   DCsus9‘Cause Gsome of that stuff don’t Csus9sound much Ddifferent than GDylan   DCsus9
PRE 2:
I Eminhear down there it’s Dchanged, you seeWell, Eminthey’re not as backward as they Dused to be
CHORUS 2:
He’s gone Gcountry, Csus9look at them DbootsHe’s Ggone country, Csus9back to his DrootsHe’s gone Gcountry, a Csus9new kind of DsuitHe’s gone Emincountry, here he comes GCsus9   D      x3   Emin
VERSE 3:
He Gcommutes to L.A., but Csus9he’s got a Dhouse in the GValley   DCsus9But the Gbills are pilin’ up and the Csus9pop scene just Dain’t on the Grally   DCsus9And he says Ghoney, I’m a serious composer Csus9schooled in Dvoice and compoGsition DCsus9But with the Gcrime and the smog these Csus9days, this Dain’t no place for Gchildren DCsus9
PRE 3:
Lord, it Eminsounds so easy, it Dshouldn’t take longBe Eminback in the money in Dno time at all
CHORUS 3:
He’s gone Gcountry, Csus9look at them DbootsHe’s Ggone country, Csus9back to his DrootsHe’s gone Gcountry, a Csus9new kind of DsuitHe’s gone Emincountry, here he comes GDCsus9GDCsus9
Yeah, he’s gone Gcountry, a Csus9new kind of DwalkHe’s gone Gcountry, a Csus9new kind of DtalkHe’s gone Gcountry, Csus9look at them DbootsHe’s gone Gcountry oh Csus9back to his Droots
He’s gone Gcountry Csus9DHe’s gone Gcountry Csus9DEverybody’s gone Gcountry Csus9DYeah, we’ve gone Gcounty Csus9DThe whole world’s gone Gcountry Csus9D
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