Twang - there's no if - Twang 101: Rockabilly Intros and Outros - Premier Guitar


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(Hook)
Ain't never had nothing and its all on me
And in this life there ain't a damn thang free
Try and dig my way out why they an bury me
That's the life you lead when you born to the streets
Everywhere I look all I see is pain
Wishin for sunshine all I see is rain
Try and get some rest
Try an keep myself sane
Livin day to day
Why I try an maintain
(round)
YEAH another day above the ground
Time to get my hustle on
Cross the heart
Livin well sooner till your dead and gone
Never had it givin to me had to get it all on my own
Back and fourth donors roll
Like a game of ping pong
Lookin in the mirror
Thinkin were the time gone
No matter how right I am something always goes wrong
Clutchin for the sunshine
Bud its rainin cats and dogs
Sittin on the back porch
Chillin like im boss hogg
Rollin with the dope boys
Hard to stay above the law
Money keeps on rollin
Damn I hope I never
Miss a call
Down in the gutter where I land if I ever fall
Down in the trenches tryin to make it with my southern draw
Spit it how I live it
Yea yall see the written on the wall
Read between the lines
Theres been times where I had it all
Lookin back on the past
Theres been times where I paid the cost
Always I been a gambling man
Theres been times I risked it all
Its all on me why I curry this berdn
Its everyday lies that keeps my heart a hurtin
Journey im on im gone keep on searchin
See gleams of the song while the earth keeps turnin

(hook)
Ain't never had nothing and its all on me
And in this life there ain't a damn thang free
Try and dig my way out why they an bury me
That's the life you lead when you born to the streets
Everywhere I look all I see is pain
Wishin for sunshine all I see is rain
Try and get some rest
Try an keep myself sain
Livin day to day
Why I try an maintain
(Twang)
Life is always filled
With the hardest decisions
And keepin everything
On track is a everyday mission
Hincistes I try and find what im missin
Get it why its good times are real hard tryin to listen
Getting real hard to cope
Standin in the wind pissin
Seems ill never dig out of where im livin
Its rain outside I can hear the thunder roll
Heart aches and back breaks drivin down them back roads
Lookin in the rearview at everything slow mo
Got it scrapin by the window
Days slipin by never promised
The next with my eyes closed
Another day filled with the echos
My people dead and gone on the journey with them high hopes
Pourin out liquor reminiscing bout my kin folks
Thinkin bout my kids of there smiles what I live for
Try and get em ready so they make it when they full grown
Regretin lovin women who can have the heart they steped on
Silver spoon is something cake is never had a grip on
World spin wrong sit back thingin why my mind roam
Put my heart to the test just tryin to keep a hold on

(Hook)
Ain't never had nothing and its all on me
And in this life there ain't a damn thang free
Try and dig my way out why they an bury me
That's the life you lead when you born to the streets
Everywhere I look all I see is pain
Wishin for sunshine all I see is rain
Try and get some rest
Try an keep myself sain
Livin day to day
Why I try an maintain

What’s noteworthy about these songs is their unself-consciousness, how easefully they integrate rap into country’s lingua franca. Compare bro-country’s hip-hop mash-ups with “Accidental Racist,” Brad Paisley and LL Cool J’s painfully gauche racial-reconciliation duet. Bro-country doesn’t bother with politics; it’s less thoughtful and conscientious than Paisley but more modern, dragging pop’s most hidebound genre into the Obama era without batting an eye.

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To allow the 1st string to ring out as you move along the neck, you need to fret the notes on the 2nd string using the very end of your fingertips. Now pick through both the top two strings while sliding from note to note ( Ex. 5 ). This adds thickness and texture to the melody and helps make it sound like music, so someone like super-producer Justin Niebank doesn’t have to spend time adding effects to your guitar to fill out the mix. As with the open chords, make sure you have the capo in the right spot so the open 1st string fits the song’s key.

Should be Toyah Willcox, with her companion Bob.
Although I’m not sure how they’d get on with the running around aspects of the job.

All the work you put into these lessons really shows. The quality is superb, and I also think your whole approach is second to none! I pay particular attention to what your hands are doing, not just the notes. I try to catch the nuances you apply in your playing, and I also try to use the tabs only to check that I got the notes right from the video. Anyway, thanks again, and know that your hard work is appreciated.


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