Five O’Clock 500 Song Lyrics and Chords

Alabama- Five O' Clock 500

 

Five O’Clock 500 Song Lyrics and Chords by Alabama

 

Five O’Clock 500
Recorded by Alabama
Written by Randy Owen, Ron Rogers, Theodore Gentry
 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
Just 
 
 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
punched the clock and  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
boy am I  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
ready
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
Walking out the door headin’  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
home
 
It'
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
s time to buckl
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
e up agai
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
n in my rolling hunk o
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
 
tin
 
Its quittin’ time the  
Am 
A#m 
Bm 
Cm 
C#m 
Dm 
D#m 
Em 
Fm 
F#m 
Gm 
G#m 
evening race is  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
on
 
Its that  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
5 o’clock  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
500 and I  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
run it every day
 
Pick up trucks cars and buses all in my  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
way
 
We’ve got Darryl  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
we’ve got Dale  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
Richard Mark Rusty and  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
Jeff
 
Well the boss just dropped a  
Am 
A#m 
Bm 
Cm 
C#m 
Dm 
D#m 
Em 
Fm 
F#m 
Gm 
G#m 
green we’re on our  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
way
 
It’s that  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
5 o’clock  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
500 every  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
day
 
Now  
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
Bubba’s runnin’  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
right on my  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
bumper
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
Pushin’ me but there’s nowhere to  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
go
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
Lane changin’  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
left and right  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
blowin’ horns and blinkin’  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
lights
 
Boy the fast  
Am 
A#m 
Bm 
Cm 
C#m 
Dm 
D#m 
Em 
Fm 
F#m 
Gm 
G#m 
lane has never been so  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
slow
Repeat #2
 
Well the  
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
caution is  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
out we’re at a  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
standstill
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
Heard there’s construction up a
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
head
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
Won’t be long  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
so they say  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
soon we’ll all be on our  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
way
 
Some trucker on the  
Am 
A#m 
Bm 
Cm 
C#m 
Dm 
D#m 
Em 
Fm 
F#m 
Gm 
G#m 
CB just  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
said
 
It’s tha
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
t 5 o’cloc
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
k 500 and  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
I run it every day
 
Pick up trucks cars and buses all in my  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
way
 
We’ve got Darryl  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
we’ve got Dale  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
Richard Mark Rusty and  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
Jeff
 
Well the boss just dropped a  
Am 
A#m 
Bm 
Cm 
C#m 
Dm 
D#m 
Em 
Fm 
F#m 
Gm 
G#m 
green we’re on our  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
way
 
It’s that  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
5 o’clock  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
500
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
Five o’clock  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
500  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
five o’clock  
D7 
D#7 
E7 
F7 
F#7 
G7 
G#7 
A7 
A#7 
B7 
C7 
C#7 
500 every  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
day
 
Every  
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
day every  
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
day every  
G 
G# 
A 
A# 
B 
C 
C# 
D 
D# 
E 
F 
F# 
day

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Five O’Clock 500?
– The song Five O’Clock 500 was sang by Alabama.

 

Who is Alabama?
– Alabama () is a state in the Southeastern region of the United States, bordered by Tennessee to the north Georgia to the east Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south and Mississippi to the west. Alabama is the 30th largest by area and the 24th-most populous of the U.S. states. With a total of 1,500 miles (2,400 km) of inland waterways, Alabama has among the most of any state.Alabama is nicknamed the Yellowhammer State, after the state bird. Alabama is also known as the “Heart of Dixie” and the “Cotton State”. The state tree is the longleaf pine, and the state flower is the camellia. Alabama’s capital is Montgomery. The largest city by population is Birmingham, which has long been the most industrialized city the largest city is Huntsville. The oldest city is Mobile, founded by French colonists in 1702 as the capital of French Louisiana. Greater Birmingham is Alabama’s largest urban economy, its most populous urban area, and its economic center.The state’s geography is diverse, with the north dominated by the mountainous Tennessee Valley and the south by Mobile Bay, a historically significant port. Politically, as part of the Deep South, Alabama is now a predominantly conservative state, and it is known for its Southern culture. Today, American football, particularly at the college level at schools like the University of Alabama, Auburn University, Alabama A&M University, Alabama State University and Jacksonville State University is a major part of the state’s culture.
Originally home to many native tribes, present-day Alabama was a Spanish territory beginning in the sixteenth century until the French acquired it in the early eighteenth century, founding Mobile in 1702. The British won the territory in 1763 until losing it in the American Revolutionary War. Spain held Mobile as part of Spanish West Florida until 1813 Spain ceded West Florida to the US in 1819. In December 1819, Alabama was recognized as a state. During the antebellum period, Alabama was a major cotton producer and widely used African-American slaves on its plantations. In 1861, the state seceded from the United States to become part of the Confederate States of America, with Montgomery acting as its first capital, and rejoined the Union in 1868.
From the American Civil War until World War II, Alabama suffered economic hardship, in part because of its continued dependence on few agricultural cash crops. Similar to other former slave states, Alabamian legislators employed Jim Crow laws to disenfranchise and otherwise discriminate against African Americans from the end of the Reconstruction Era up until the 1960s. Despite the growth of major industries and urban centers, white rural interests dominated the state legislature from 1901 to the 1960s. During this time, urban interests and African Americans were markedly under-represented. High-profile events such as the Selma to Montgomery march made the state a major focal point of the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s. Following World War II, Alabama grew as the state’s economy changed from one primarily based on agriculture to one with diversified interests. The state’s economy in the 21st century is based on management, automotive, finance, manufacturing, aerospace, mineral extraction, healthcare, education, retail, and technology.

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