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Jason Aldean – Asphalt Cowboy
Jason Aldean - Asphalt Cowboy

**capo 2nd fret***

Intro - A - F#m = 2x's

(verse 1)
A
Sun has opened up my eyes,
                       E
And I don't want to leave your side,
              D          A
For that lonesome road, but here I go,

Climbing back behind the wheel,
                     E
Of 50 ft of chrome and steel inload,
            D
They need in Chicago,

(pre-cho)
F#m    E D
      Through the middle of the night unknown,
F#m    E D                E
       On a ride that won't let me go,

(chorus)
     A       E    F#m
I'm an asphalt, Cowboy, born to run underneath the stars,
D
Pay no mind to my lonely heart,
        A     E   F#m                       (A)    D
I just ride, ride,    till I'm back in your arms again,
F#m                E     D    A
   I'll be out here on the wind,

(Verse 2)
Sometimes late at night,
I see your picture by the dashboard light,
And it takes me, where I'd like to be,
Wrapped up in a blanket there,
Pullin ribbons from your hair,
And your kiss, girl that's what I miss,

(pre-cho)
Still I drive these horses through the rain and snow,
This high speed rodeo is all I know,

(chorus)
     A       E    F#m
I'm an asphalt, Cowboy, born to run underneath the stars,
D
Pay no mind to my lonely heart,
        A     E   F#m                       (A)    D
I just ride, ride,    till I'm back in your arms again,
F#m                 E     D
    I'll be out here on the wind,
        A     E
And I'll ride,
F#m                       (A)    D
    till I'm back in your arms again,
F#m                 E     D
    I'll be out here on the wind,
        A    E
And I'll ride,
F#m
  Through the middle of the night unknown,
D                     A
 On a ride that won't let me go,

Outro - A - E - F#m - D

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