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Billy The Kid lyrics and chords

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Billy The Kid
Recorded by Billy Dean
Written by Paul Nelson and Billy Dean

Strapped on my holster low across my hips

Two cold forty-fives with white plastic grips
And I'd head west through our neighborhood
They'd say here comes young Billy and he's up to no good yeah

I rode a trail through the neighbor's backyard

Shootin' the bad guys through my handle bars
Known for my bravery both far and near
And bein' late for supper was my only fear

G7 F
I miss Billy the Kid
C G7
The times that he had the life that he lived
I guess he must have got caught his innocence lost
G7 C
I wonder where he is I miss Billy the Kid

These days I don't know whose side to be on

There's such a thin line between right and wrong
I live and learn do the best I can
There's only so much you can do as a man

Repeat #3 x2


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