Seven Drunken Nights

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Another fantastic song I discovered from my journey through the Country Line Dance! Here’s the guitar chords of Seven Drunken Nights by Mike Denver.

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Intro:

BM  
 
G  
 
G  
 
D  
BM  
 
G  
 
G  
 
D  
Verse 1:

 
As 
D  
I went home on Monday night as drunk as  
G  
drunk could  
D  
be
 
Well I saw a horse outside the door where 
BM  
my old horse should be
 
So I 
D  
called my wife and I said to her will you  
BM  
kindly tell to me
 
Who 
G  
owns that horse outs
D  
ide the door where  
A  
my old horse should  
D  
be?
Chorus:

 
She said you’re 
D  
drunk you’re drunk you silly old fool
 
so drunk you 
G  
cannot 
 
 
D  
see
G  
That’s a lovely  
D  
sow that me  
A  
mother sent to  
D  
me
 
It’s many a day I’ve travelled a hundred 
G  
miles or  
BM  
more
 
G  
saddle on a  
D  
sow sure I  
A  
never saw bef
D  
ore
Verse 2:

 
And as I went home on Tuesday night as drunk as 
G  
drunk could  
D  
be
 
Well I saw a coat behind the door where 
BM  
my old coat should be
 
So I 
D  
called my wife and I said to her will you  
BM  
kindly tell to me
 
Who 
G  
owns that coat be
D  
hind the door where  
A  
my old coat should  
D  
be?
Chorus:

 
She said you’re 
D  
drunk you’re drunk you silly old fool
 
so drunk you 
G  
cannot 
 
 
D  
see
G  
That’s a lovely  
D  
blanket that me  
A  
mother sent to  
D  
me
 
Well it’s many a day I’ve travelled a hundred 
G  
miles or  
BM  
more
 
But 
G  
buttons in a  
D  
blanket sure I  
A  
never saw bef
D  
ore
Capo: I fret

Verse 3:

 
And as I went home on Wednesday night as drunk as 
G  
drunk could  
D  
be
 
Well I saw a pipe up on the chair where 
BM  
my old pipe should be
 
So I 
D  
called my wife and I said to her will you  
BM  
kindly tell to me
 
Who 
G  
owns that pipe up  
D  
on the chair where  
A  
my old pipe should  
D  
be?
Chorus:

 
She said you’re 
D  
drunk you’re drunk you silly old fool
 
so still you 
G  
cannot 
 
 
D  
see
G  
That’s a lovely  
D  
whistle that me  
A  
mother sent to  
D  
me
 
Well it’s many a day I’ve travelled a hundred 
G  
miles or  
BM  
more
 
But 
G  
tobacco in a  
D  
whistle sure I  
A  
never saw bef
D  
ore
Instrumental (x2):

BM  
 
G  
 
G  
 
D  
BM  
 
G  
 
G  
 
D  
Verse 4:

 
And as I went home on Saturday night as drunk as 
G  
drunk could  
D  
be
 
Well I saw two boots beneath the bed where 
BM  
my old boots should be
 
So I 
D  
called my wife and I said to her will you  
BM  
kindly tell to me
 
Who 
G  
owns those boots ben
D  
eath the bed where  
A  
my old boots should  
D  
be
Chorus:

 
She said you’re 
D  
drunk you’re drunk you silly old fool
 
so still you 
G  
cannot 
 
 
D  
see
G  
They’re two lovely  
D  
Geranium pots me  
A  
mother sent to  
D  
me
 
It’s many a day I’ve travelled a hundred 
G  
miles or  
BM  
more
 
But 
G  
laces in Ger
D  
anium pots I  
A  
never saw bef
D  
ore
Capo: II fret

Verse 5:

 
Well as I went home on Sunday night as drunk as 
G  
drunk could  
D  
be
 
I saw a head upon the bed where 
BM  
my old head should be
 
So I 
D  
called my wife and I said to her will you  
BM  
kindly tell to me
 
Who 
G  
owns that head with  
D  
you in the bed where  
A  
my old head should  
D  
be?
Chorus:

 
She said you’re 
D  
drunk you’re drunk you silly old fool
 
so still you 
G  
cannot 
 
 
D  
see
G  
That’s a baby  
D  
boy that me  
A  
mother sent to  
D  
me
 
It’s many a day I’ve travelled a hundred 
G  
miles or  
BM  
more
G  
But a baby  
D  
boy with his whiskers on sure I  
A  
never saw bef
D  
ore
Instrumental:

BM  
 
G  
 
G  
 
D  
BM  
 
G  
 
G  
 
A  
 
D  
Bm
G
D
A

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