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Red Headed Stranger
lyrics and chords

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Red Headed Stranger lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's a classic by Willie Nelson. This old ballad tells quite a story, it's fun and easy to learn, all the chords are easy.

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Red Headed Stranger
recorded by Willie Nelson                          [3/4 time]
written by Edith Linderman and Carl Stutz
C
The red-headed stranger from Blue Rock, Montana
                   G7
Rode into town one day
    C                     F            C
And under his knees was a raging black stallion
    D7                   G7
And walking behind was a bay
 
    C
The red-headed stranger had eyes like thunder
                          G7
And lips that were sad and tight
    C                     F               C
His little lost love lay asleep on the hillside
                  G7       C
And his heart was heavy as night
 
         F
So don't cross him don't boss him
     C
He's wild in his sorrow
                               G7
He's riding and he's hiding his pain
      F
Don't fight him don't spite him
     C
Just wait 'til tomorrow
            G7      C
Maybe he'll ride on again
 
 
A yellow-haired lady leaned out of her window
                             G7
And watched as he passed her way
    C                            F            C
And she drew back in fear at the sight of the stallion
         D7                 G7
But cast greedy eyes on the bay
 
    C
But how could she know that the dancing bay pony
                       G7
Meant more to him than life
    C                           F           C
For this was the horse that his little lost darling
                G7          C
Had ridden when she was his wife
 
Repeat #3
 
The yellow-haired lady went down to the tavern
                           G7
And looked up the stranger there
   C                         F             C
He bought her a drink and he gave her some money
       D7                  G7
But he just didn't seem to care
 
    C
She followed him out as he saddled his stallion
                                  G7
And laughed as she grabbed at the bay
   C                          F               C
He shot her so quick they had no time to warn her
          G7           C
She never heard anyone say
 
Repeat #3
 
The yellow-haired lady was buried at sunset
                          G7
The stranger went free of course
    C                        F         C
For you can't hang a man for killing a woman
      D7                   G7
Who's trying to steal your horse
 
    C
Now this is the tale of the red-headed stranger
                           G7
And if he should pass your way
     C                      F            C
Stay out of the path of the raging black stallion
                G7          C
And don't lay a hand on the bay
 
Repeat #3

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This old song is a good one to add to your repertoire, it's well known and easy to do. Print these Red Headed Stranger lyrics and chords, practice a while then enjoy a good old country song.

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