[F]This old man and me, [C]were at the bar and we
[Dm]Were having us some beers and [Bb]swapping I don't cares.
[F]Talking politics, [C]blond and redhead chicks.
[Dm]Old dogs and new tricks and [Bb]habits we ain't kicked.
[F]We talked about God's grace [C]and all the hell we raised.
[Dm]Then I heard the ole' man [Bb]say
[F]God is great, beer is [C]good and people are [F]crazy[C].
[F]He said "I fought two wars, [C]Been married and divorced."
[Dm]What brings you to Ohio? [Bb]He said "Damned if I know."
[F]We talked an hour or two [C]about every girl we knew.
[Dm]What all we put 'em through. [Bb]Like two ole' boys will do.
[F]We pondered life and death [C]He lit a cigarette
[Dm]And said "These damn things will kill me [Bb]yet."
[F]But God is great, beer is [C]good and people are [F]crazy.
[Bb]Last call, its 2am, I [Am]said goodbye to him
[Gm]I never talked to him [C]again
[F]Then one sunny day, [C]I saw the old mans face
[Dm]Front page Obituary, [Bb]he was a millionaire.
[F]He left his fortune to [C]some guy he barely knew,
[Dm]His kids were mad as hell. But [Bb]me? I'm doing well.
[F]And I dropped by today, [C]to just say thanks and pray,
[Dm]And I left a six-pack right [Bb]there on his grave and I said
[F]God is great, beer is [C]good and people are [F]crazy.[Bb]
[F]God is great, beer is [C]good and people are [Dm]crazy.[Bb]
[F]God is great, beer is [C]good and people are [F]crazy.