Grand Tour By George Jones & More
On The Acoustic

Here on my Grand Tour by George Jones page are six great tunes you can easily learn on the acoustic guitar. I'll be adding more number from The Possum as time goes by.

There are also free chord sheets to accompany the free demos. If you require a more in-depth full instructional tutorial lesson, those are available for a small fee and even cheaper

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Sep 12th, 1931 – Apr 26th, 2013 (Age 81)

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Grand Tour By George Jones & More
Chord, Lyrics, Demos, Tutorials

Some files here are unavailable until I get time to rebuild the demos and re-upload them. I have many files likes this across the site thanks to a change in policy over at youtube but all demo files will eventually be viewable. Thanks for your patience. 

1. A Picture Of Me Without You

A Picture Of Me Without You hails from the album of the same name and was released in 1972. The two writers wrote this song specifically for George.

He scored a #5 hit with his release. Lorrie Morgan also covered the song in 1993.

  • Drop D Tuning: Yes
  • Capo: No
  • Rhythm: root up down up root up down up and repeat
  • Picking: Yes
  • Chords: G, C, D, G7, D7

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2. I'm A One Woman Man

I'm A One Woman Man is of course a Johnny Horton song which Horton recorded and released back in 1956 and scored a #7 hit. Jones released a version in 1960 but it was his 1988 version which hit #5 on the country charts in Canada and the US.

The song hails from the album "One Woman Man".

  • Drop D Tuning: No
  • Capo: 2nd fret
  • Rhythm: down up down up down up and repeat
  • Picking: Yes
  • Chords: G, C, D

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3. Me And Jesus

Me And Jesus is a song written by Tom T Hall and recorded by George Jones for his album Hallelujah Weekend released in the spring on 1990.

The song was never released as a single.

  • Drop D Tuning: No
  • Capo: No
  • Rhythm: root down root up down up and repeat
  • Picking: Yes
  • Chords: G, C, D

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4. She Loved A Lot In Her Time

She Loved A Lot In Her Time was a single released in 1992. Unfortunately Jones stopped producing hit songs in the late 1980s but still managed to get onto the country charts right up until 2002. This song peaked at #55 in the US.

You'll find the track on the album "And Along Came Jones".

  • Drop D Tuning: No
  • Capo: 3rd fret
  • Rhythm: root down root  up down up and some some root up down up
  • Picking: No
  • Chords: D, G, Em, A7sus, A7, Bm, D/Gb, D7, Gmaj7

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5. The Grand Tour

The Grand Tour was a #1 hit when it saturated the airwaves back in 1974. It's one of the most famous divorce songs ever written.

It hails from the album of the same name.

  • Drop D Tuning: No
  • Capo: No
  • Rhythm: root down up root up down up and repeat
  • Picking: a few riffs
  • Chords: G, C, D, G7, A7, D7

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6. Walk Through This World With Me

Walk Through This World With Me was a #1 hit for George Jones back in 1967. George had 57 songs on the charts by this time in his career and this was hit 4th chart topper.

The song can be found on the album "We Found Heaven Right Here On Earth At 4033".

  • Drop D Tuning: No
  • Capo: No
  • Rhythm: root down up root up down up and repeat
  • Picking: Yes a little
  • Chords: G, C, D, D7

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