Chord and Lyrics Jason Aldean Asphalt Cowboy

Chord and Lyrics Jason Aldean Asphalt Cowboy

Intro... G...Em...G...Em

G                                                       D   
Sun has opened up my eyes, and I don't wanna leave your side

               C               G
For that open road, but here I go

G                                                                 D
Climbing back behind the wheel, of 50 ft of chrome and steal and a load

C               D
They need in Chicago

Em...D...C...C

C
Through the middle of the night unknown

Em...D...C...C

C                       D
I'm on a ride that wont let me go

(chorus) I'm an
G          D       Em 
Asphalt, cowboy, born to run underneath the stars, 
C
pay no mind to my lonely heart I just...
G       D              Em           D     C
Ride...ride...til I'm back in your arms again
Em                D       C
I'll be out here on the wind

G..... (open 5th string, hammer 2nd fret, 6th string 3rd fret into strum)

G                                                         D
Sometimes late at night, I see your picture by the dashboard light
   C                               G
And it takes me, where I'd like to be
G                                                                     D
Wrapped up in a blanket there, pullin ribbons from your hair and your kiss
             C
girl, that's what I miss
Em...D...C...C
C
Still I drive these horses through the rain and snow
Em...D...C...C
C                         D
This high speed rodeo is all I know

                       G  D
chorus rpt... and I'll ride...
        Em            D     C
til I'm back in your arms again,
        Em        D       C
I'll be out here on the wind, 
         G   D
and I'll ride....

Em
through the middle of the night unknown
C                              G         D
I'm on a ride that wont let me go...o...oo...oo..eh
Em...D...C...C(slowly strummed)

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