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Outlaw


G G/E G/D G/B G G/E G/D G/B D7 G You must be an outlaw, a ramblin' man and a gamblin' man of course. D7 G Singin' all them outlaw songs about whisky, wine and women and divorce. G7 C Y' act like you could kill a man, never know the meaning of remorse. D7 G Well, if you're such an outlaw, how come you keep fallin' off your horse? D C G You like to wear your blue jeans tight; you like to look like you like to fight; D C G You like them little girls hangin' around when the bad guys come into town. Em D You're tough and mean, you're tall and thin - at least you are when you suck it in. Em C D - D/C - D/B - D/A Looks like you've been playin games with Jesse James.

But if you're such an outlaw, how come you keep fallin' off your horse?
Singin' all them outlaw songs about whiskey, wine and women and divorce.
Y' act like you could kill a man, never know the meaning of remorse.
But if you're such an outlaw, such a desperado, how come you keep fallin' off your horse?


D7 G ...Outlaw! D7 G ...Outlaw! G7 C ...Outlaw! D7 G .........

You're tough and mean, you're tall and thin - at least you are when you suck it in.
Looks like you've been playin games with Jesse James.

But if you're such an outlaw, how come you keep fallin' off your horse?
Singin' all them outlaw songs about whiskey, wine and women and divorce.
Y' act like you could kill a man, never know the meaning of remorse.
Well, if you're such an outlaw, such a desperado, how come you keep fallin' off your horse?
...Outlaw!

(Words and music by Tom Paxton and Bob Gibson, 1979)


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