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David Allan Coe - Waylon, Willie and Me


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#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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Waylon, Willie and Me    David Allan Coe

Gm                         Bb                        
I'd heard The Burritos out in California 
       F                    C
could fly higher than The Byrds
Gm                  Bb
Roger McQuinn had a 12 string guitar. 
        F                      C
It was like nothing I'd ever heard
Dm                               C
And The Eagles flew in from the west coast
          Dm                            C
Like The Byrds they were trying to be free
          Bb                         Am
While in Texas the talk turned to Outlaws
       C          Bb       F 
Like Willie and Waylon and me.

Hey!
G
Well that ?somewhere? Texas music is in the make
                                     D
And we've been making music that is free
G                            C
Doing one night stands and playing with our bands
  G       D         G
Willie, Waylon and me

Oh Mad Dog!   go to lead

G  Gm                         Bb
   They say The Beatles were just the beginning
    F                     C    
of everything music could be
Gm                           Bb
Just like The Stones I was rolling a lone  
        F                    C
Like a ship lost out on the sea
      Dm                       C
And Joplin would die for the future
     Dm                 C
And Dylan would write poetry
        Dm                         Am
And in Texas the talk turned to Outlaws
                  Bb       F 
Like Willie and Waylon and me

Hey!
G
My name is David Allan Coe and I'm from Dallas Texas.
G                                
They say Texas music is in the make
                                     D
And we've been making music that is free
G                            C
Doing one night stands and playing with our bands
G          D        G
Willie, Waylon and me

Big Jim!

Gm                         Bb                        
I'd heard The Burritos out in California 
       F                    C
could fly higher than The Byrds
Gm                  Bb
Roger McQuinn had a 12 string guitar. 
        F                      C
It was like nothing I'd ever heard
Dm                               C
And The Eagles flew in from the west coast
          Dm                            C
Like The Byrds they were trying to be free
          Bb                         Am
While in Texas the talk turned to Outlaws
       C          Bb       F 
Like Willie and Waylon and me.



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