Also, if you have a chance to pass this blog on to someone else who might find it useful, please do so. I've mentioned it on Mandolin Cafe, Flatpicker Hangout, Harmony Central, and Flatpick-L because I normally read and/or contribute there. But I know there are many, many other internet places where bluegrass players congregate. Maybe you are a member of Co-Mando, or Fiddle Hangout, or Winfield-L, or whatever.
If you happen to be part of one of those, I encourage you to pass the word. I would have loved to have a free resource like this when I was learning to flatpick and learning the mandolin. I remember how helpful the free resources were that Mike Stangeland and Alois Kleewein and Mandozine gave away. I would love for this stuff I'm doing to be available for whoever would find it useful.
Edit: Oh, yeah. I've been meaning to include youtube links with these tunes.
Josh Williams, Andy Falco, and Chris Eldridge (Critter has some impressive guitar mouth in this one.)
With a capo on the 2nd fret--
| G | G | G D/F# | Em | C | G | D | G | (x2)
| C | G | C | G | C | G | G D/F# | Em | D | G | (x2)
With no capo--
| A | A | A E/G# | F#m | D | A | E | A | (x2)
| D | A | D | A | D | A | A E/G# | F#m | E | A | (x2)