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1351 - The Fireman - George Strait cover with guitar chords and lyrics

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"The Fireman"
By George Strait
Album: Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind
Written by: Mack Vickery & Wayne Kemp

Intro: A E A

Chorus:
A
Well they call me the fireman,
D A
That's my name,
A
Making my rounds all over town
A E
Putting out old flames.
E A
Well everybody like to have a what I got,
A D

I can cool 'em down when they're smouldering hot
D A
I'm the fireman,
E A
That's my name.

1st Verse:
A
Last night they had a bad one
A E A
A mile or two down the road,
A
Well my buddy walked out
A E
And left his woman burning out of control.
E A
Well I was down there in about a hour or so,
A D
With a little mouth to mouth she was ready to go
D A
I'm the fireman,
E A
That's my name.

Repeat Chorus: (They call me the....)

Instrumental Break: (use same chord structure in verses)

2nd Verse:
A E A
I got a fire engine red T-bird automobile,
A E
In a minute or less I can be dressed fit to kill.
E A
I work twenty-four on and twenty-four off,
A D
When they get too hot they just give me a call
D A
I'm the fireman,
E A
That's my name.

Repeat Chorus: (They call me the...) D

D A
They call me the fireman,
E A
That's my name.