This is different from the stuff we’ve come to expect from The Wellies. It’s not a cover of a big, famous pop song. But this one was written by a friend of the bad, John McDougall. It’s also one of their funniest and most entertaining songs. And it’s fun to play.
Here’s a simple strum you can use this strum pretty much all the way through:
d u – u – u – u
Keep the strums short by releasing the pressure on the fretting hand just after strumming. It sounds like this:
A couple of places that doesn’t work. There’s the, “Raylene, marry me,” bits. Do four down strums each for C and D. And at the end of Verse 1 just do one down-strum on the C and D.