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Five O'Clock Somewhere lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Alan
Jackson and Jimmy Buffett.
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It's Five O'Clock Somewhere Recorded by Alan Jackson with Jimmy Buffett Written by Jess Brown and Don Rollins
C G7 C G7 The sun is hot and that old clock is movin' slow and so am I C G7 C G7 C Workday passes like molasses in wintertime but it's July F C Gettin' paid by the hour and older by the minute G7 C My boss just pushed me over the limit F C G7 I'd like to call him something I think I'll just call it a day
C F C Pour me something tall and strong G7 C Make it a Hurricane before I go insane F G7 It's only half-past twelve but I don't care C It's five o'clock somewhere
G7 C G7 Well this lunch break is gonna take all afternoon half the night C G7 C G7 C Tomorrow morning I know there'll be hell to pay hey but that's alright F C I ain't had a day off now in over a year G7 C My Jamaican vacation's gonna start right here F C G7 If the phone's for me you can tell them I just sailed away
Am F I could pay off my tab pour myself in a cab D7 G7 C And be back to work before two Am F At a moment like this I can't help but wonder Dm G7 What would Jimmy Buffett do
Funny you should ask Alan I'd say C F C Pour me something tall and strong G7 C Make it a Hurricane before I go insane F G7 It's only half past twelve but I don't care
C F C Pour me something tall and strong G7 C Make it a Hurricane before I go insane F G7 C It's only half past twelve but I don't care (he don't care) G7 C If I don't care it's five o'clock somewhere
G7 C What time zone am I on what country am I in F It don't matter it's five o'clock somewhere G7 It's always on five in Margaritaville come to think of it C I heard that you've been there haven't you F Yes sir I've seen your boat there G7 I've been to Margaritaville a few times C Alright well that's good stumbled my way back
Okay we just want to make sure you can keep it F Between the navigational beacons G7 C Between the buoys I got it
Alright well it's five o'clock let's go somewhere F I'm ready crank it up let's get out of here G7 C I'm gone
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