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Waylon Jennings - Hey Willie


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********************* HEY WILLIE ***********************

written by Waylon Jennings and Roger Murrah

performed by Waylon Jennings.


Chorus:
             E                      A  
	Hey Willie let's pack up and catch us a slow train
      D                              G  
	And go back to Phoenix to a far brighter day
                E                           A
	Where stars were for shining in the Arizona sky
      D                                       G   
	And music meant more than fortune or fame


Verse 1:
         C/G                   G  
	Willie,we wandered from border to border
      D                          G
	Singing our stories and living our songs
                  C/G           G		 
	Seems the farther we go,all that grows closer
              A                        D
	Is a mind full of memories we made years ago


Chorus.


Verse 2:
          C/G                             G 
	We rolled through the towns like a bus load of gypsies
      D                         G
	Motels and hotels ain't no place to stay
            C/G                G     
	The favors we're taking,the money we're making
               A                      D 
	Won't pay for the living,we're giving away


Chorus



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