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Against The Grain Recorded by Garth Brooks Written by Larry Cordle, Bruce Bouton, Carl Jackson
C Folks call me a maverick guess I ain't too diplomatic A#7 F C I just never been the kind to go along
Just avoidin' confrontation for the sake of conformation A#7 F G7 And I'll admit I tend to sing a different song
Am G7 F Sometimes you just can't be afraid to wear a different hat D7 G7 If Columbus had complied this old world might still be flat C D# Nothin' ventured nothin' gained F A#7 C Sometimes you've got to go against the grain
Well I have been accused of makin' my own rules A#7 F C There must be rebel blood just a runnin' through my veins
But I ain't no hypocrite what you see is what you get A#7 F G7 And that's the only way I know to play the game
Am G7 F Old Noah took much ridicule for building his great ark D7 G7 But after forty days and forty nights he was lookin' pretty smart C D# Sometimes it's best to brave the wind and rain F A#7 C By havin' strength to go against the grain
Well there's more folks than a few who share my point of view A#7 F C But they're worried if they're gonna sink or swim
They'd like to buck the system but the deck is stacked against 'em A#7 F G7 And they're a little scared to go out on a limb
Am G7 F But if you're gonna make a difference if you're gonna leave your mark Dm D7 G7 You can't follow like a bunch of sheep you got to listen to your heart C D# Go bustin' in like old John Wayne F A#7 C Sometimes you got to go against the grain
D# Nothin' ventured nothin' gained F A#7 C Sometimes you've got to go against the grain
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