CHORDS: Brothers Osborne – Old Mans Boots Chords on Piano & Ukulele

This is the chords of Old Mans Boots by Brothers Osborne on Piano, Ukulele, Guitar and Keyboard.
[Verse 1]
   D                    G
My old man's shoes were steel 
toed boots
A                 D
Ripped up rawhide leather
G                         
  Seams splittin' like the 
 D
  Red sea
   D
So duct tape held 'em together
     D                     G
They worn more tread than a 
                        A 
Firestone underneath a '65 
         D
Fastback Ford
G                   D
Size 12 wide, spent Saturday 
nights
        A
Cuttin' rug on a bar 
room floor

[Chorus]
             G               
They weren't built for speed, 
              D
they weren't built for comfort
    A                     
But you can bet that they 
     D
were buildin' somethin'
G                   D
Might not look like much 
to you
          A
But there wasn't really 
much they couldn't walk through
             G       
They weren't flashy, 
             D
they weren't classy
         A               
But they made him workin' 
       Bm
class happy
    A      G                   
And I'd be lucky, I'd be lucky 
          A          
to walk a mile in my 
          D      C  G
old man's boots

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[Verse 2]
     D                   G        
They didn't bring home a fortune, 
            A                    D
but we were fortunate doin' just fine
   G                 D               
Sunrise to bed, they kept us fed and 
    A
the lights on most the time
D                             G      
Some out of joint rips on the laces, 
            A                    D
scuffed up, scarred from heel to toe
       G                    D        
Looked twice their age on a good day, 
        A
broken in don't even come close

[Chorus]
             G                
They weren't built for speed, 
             D
they weren't built for comfort
    A                    
But you can bet that they 
      D
were buildin' somethin'
G                   D
Might not look like much to you
          A
But there wasn't really much 
they couldn't walk through
             G            
They weren't flashy, they 
        D
weren't classy
         A                      Bm
But they made him workin' class happy
    A      G                           
And I'd be lucky, I'd be lucky to walk 
  A                    D      C  G
a mile in my old man's boots

[Solo]
 Em Bm Em G B D* D* G* 

[Bridge]
     D                   G
They didn't bring home a fortune
            A                   
But we were fortunate for doing 
     D
just fine

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[Chorus]
             G                
They weren't built for speed, 
             D
they weren't built for comfort
    A                          
But you can bet that they were 
D
buildin' somethin'
G                   D
Might not look like much to you
          A
But there wasn't really much 
they couldn't walk through
             G                    D
They weren't flashy, they weren't classy
         A                      Bm
But they made him workin' class happy
    A      G                          
And I'd be lucky, I'd be lucky to walk 
   A                    D      C  Bm G
a mile in my old man's boots
             D     C   D G   D*
My old man's boots