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Living In The West Recorded by the Bellamy Brothers written by David Bellamy
C F John Wesley Harding shot a man for snoring G7 C Killed him in the bed right where he lay F He took a snort of whisky and went back to his sleeping G7 C Rode out before they found him the next day
F Now the brothers Frank and Jesse no one could be more fearsome G7 C They robbed the trains and rode in the outlaw gangs F The civil war was over but still they fought for Dixie G7 C And legend has their last name to be James
F G7 C Am Living in the west must have been the best F G7 Must have been the greatest times of all F G7 C Am Me I lived in the east and I was bored to say the least F G7 Cause I never saw them sons of guns in barrooms starting brawls
C F Little William Bonney Billy the Kid they called him G7 C Had to use a six gun to survive F He bit the dust at twenty-one but he left a reputation G7 C A notch for every year he was alive
C F And now the frontier days are over for Billy and John and Jesse G7 C And a thousand other bad guys of their day F But they still live on in stories and I hope they live forever G7 C And to sum it up here is all that I wanna say
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