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Transcribed by: asf0@comcast.net  Alice Franceschini
Date: July 25, 2003   
Album:
Written by:

    HELL YEAH  Montgomery Gentry

Intro:   Dm C

Dm                         C
He works way too much for way too little
Dm                            C                         
He drinks way too early till way too late
G         F                 C
He hasn't had a raise since New Year's Day
                       G              F             C
In eighty-eight gets trampled on by everyone Except   when he comes in here
G            F                 C             
And he's the product of the Haggard generation
G             F                   C         
He's got a redneck side when you get him agitated
G          F                          C
He got the gold toothed look from a stiff right hook
                            G                    F
He's proud he took for his right wing stand on Vietnam
         C
Says he lost his brother there
Bb                        C
He yells out Johnny Cash And the band starts to play
Bb                             C                       D 
A ring of fire as he walks up And stands there by the stage And he says

CHORUS:
G           F           C            G           F             C 
Hell yeah Turn it up  Right on Hell yeah Sounds good  Sing that song
G                  F              C 
Guitar man playin all night long Take me back to where the music hit me
                            G    F  C    G  F  C
Life was good and love was easy


G            F          C    
She's got an MBA in a plush corner office 
G            F                  C
She's got a don't mess with me attitude
G        F                C                G 
She'll close a deal she don't reveal that she can feel
       G             F               C  
The loneliness the emptiness  Except    when she comes in here
G            F             C
She's the product of the "Me" generation
G                      F                 C  
She's got a rock and roll side when you get her agitated
G              F                   C
She got the tattoo there on her derriere from a spring break dare 
      G           F                 C
In Panama where love was all she thought she'd ever need
Bb                          C
She yells out to the band Know any Bruce Springsteen
Bb                            C                            D  
Then she jumps up on the bar And she, and she starts to scream She says
to chorus
ENDING:   Vamp on  G F C  (listen to recording for timing)
Yeah, yeah Can or can't you get my mind off thinkin' 'bout
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Hey hell yeah

to lead, to ending chorus
ENDING CHORUS
G          F           C
Hell yeah  turn it up  right on
G          F            C
Hell yeah  sounds good  sing that song
G                  F
Guitar man playin' all night long
C
Take me back where the music hit me When life was good
G          F           C
Hell yeah  turn it up  right on
G          F            C
Hell yeah  sounds good sing that song
G                  F
Guitar man playin' all night long
C
Take me back where the music hit me
                                  G  F C   vamp on G F C til fade
When life was good and love was easy


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