Alcohaulin' Ass

Words & Music:

Chad Gray, Greg Tribbett, Vinnie Paul,

Tom Maxwell & Jerry Montano (Hellyeah)


This is fully transcribed in Guitar World.  Guitars are in drop-D tuning (D A D G B E).


Intro & verse riff chords:

 D5          G5/F      D5    Eb

-------------------------- -----|   listen for

-3--3--3---------3------3- --4--|    picking

-2--2--2------0----0----2- --0--|    pattern

-0--0---------0------0--o- --5--|

-0--0-------------------o- --6--|

----------0h3------------- -----|


Chorus riff chords:

 D5       F5          E5








Bridge riff chords:  "split me right in two" (also listen for strumming pattern)

 D5     C5     G/B








D5                 G5/F D5                  Eb

A little bit of sunshine, a little bit of booze,

D5              G5/F    D5              Eb  [etc.]

A little bit of me, and little bit of you

A little bit of country, a little bit of blues.

A little slice of heaven and a little piece of you.  Come on...



F5       G5    D5 F5           E5            D5

Alcohaulin' ass.  Pour another drink in my glass

F5        E5  D5 F5        E5   [back to intro riff]

Alcohaulin' ass...alcohaulin'ass


A little bit thirsty, a little bit used

A little bit of whiskey and little pinch of chew

A little bit tired and a bad attitude

A little bit a drinkin' and another piece of you Yeah come on






D5                          C5

You drove me to it; there was nothing i could do.

G/B                 D5

You pushed me down; split me right in two.


I've had the long hard road; carried the weight of you.

Boy' o' boy goddamn, theres only one thing left to do


CHORUS:  [2x]


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