Hard Hat And A Hammer Alan Jackson

Contributed
m2ichis
m2ichis
2 months ago
This song has one published interpretation
Instrument: Guitar
Difficulty: Novice
Tuning: E A D G B E
Capo: Second

Contents

D G A x2

DLaced up boots,Gfaded jAeans.
DHomemade sandwich, and hGalf a jug ofA tea.
DAverage joe, Gaverage Apay.
DSame old end, Gsame old Aday.


But there'sD nothin' wrong with a Ghard hat and hAammer.
DThat kind of glue that sticGks this world Atogether.
DHands of steel, and cGradle of the promised lAand...
AGod bless the workin' man.

D G A x2

DAll week long,G making a lAivin'.
DLife keeps taking,G he keeps gAiving
DBehind the scene, bGelow the gArade
DHardly noticed but Gpart of everAything


But there's noDthing wrong with a hardG hat and a hamAmer
DKind of glue that stiGcks this world Atogether
DHands of steel and crGadle of the Promised Land A 
AGod bless the working man

Solo D G A x3

DHe gives his life thGen fades aAway
DAnother young man taGkes his plAace
DAverage Joe, avGerage paAy
DSame ol end, sGame old' dAay


But there's noDthing wrong with a harGd hat and a hamAmer
DKind of glue that sGticks this world tAogether
DHands of steel and crGadle of the Promised Land A 
No, there'sD nothing wrong with a hard Ghat and a hamAmer
DKind of glue that stiGcks this world tAogether
DHands of steel and craGdle of the Promised Land A 
AGod bless the working man

D G A x3

The working man
Oh, the working man
...and women

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