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A Whole Lot Of Hank Recorded by Hank Williams Jr. Written by: Hank Williams Jr., Jody Emerson, Bill Emerson
C F C I'm an outlaw from the south got country in my mouth G7 I'm looking for good loving all the time F C I got outlaw in my bones and Jim Beam in a lot of my songs Am C And there's a little bit of Cherokee Indian in my eyes G7 C There's a whole lot Hank underneath this hat of mine
C G7 C Andrew Jackson he was my kind of hero G7 Though he lived and died a hundered years ago F C Frank and Jessie James they know'd how to rob them trains Am C But they always took it from the rich and gave it to the poor G7 C They mighta' had a bad name but they both had a heart of gold
G7 C But the greatest one of all is called Luke the Drifter G7 He wore diamond rings and his tailor made cowboy suits F Lawdy he was a honkytonk rambling man C He had this whole world in the palm of his hand Am C Till he died at twenty nine from the lovesick blues G7 C Like young Billy the Kid and ole Jessie he had nothing to lose
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