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Waylon Jennings - Reno And Me


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************** RENO AND ME **************
written by John Hadley and Kevin Welch
performed by Waylon Jennings.

Capo on the 2nd fret.


Verse 1:
          A                           D
	Reno and Me hit the freeway,south out of town on the run
                                 A                E 
	Reno was driving he asked me to roll him one
          A                       D
	I turned on the radio,i found us some sweet Emmylou
                             A
	I sang the harmony,low down and out of key
         E                       A
	Reno just howled at the moon


Verse 2:
          A                               D
	Somewhere outside Kansas City,on a highway that leads to Cheyenne
                         A                 E       
	The radio put a song by a mexican band
                 A                                                  D
	Well i guess we were lost in thoughts of brown skin girls,took a couple

	Wrong turns in a row
                         A
	Reno and Me just laughed and agreed
           E                         A
	It don't matter which way you go


Chorus:
    A                       D                A                        E
It don't matter which way you go,when you're calling the highway your home
         A                   D               E                        A
Every old town is your past burning down,it don't matter which way you go


Verse 3:
           A                                  D
	All of our old friends got married,doing all of their business in town
                               A                         E
	Climbing a ladder that leads to a hole in the ground
           A                                 D    
	Reno and Me talked it all out, one thing that we'll never know
                                            A
	What's the point of a race where you stay in one place
          E                           A
	Believing there's somewhere to go


Chorus (x2).


Thanks to David M. Potter for the lyrics.
Perret Charles-Amir.(perret@diva.univ-mlv.fr)



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