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Wanted Man recorded by Johnny Cash written by Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan
G Am Wanted man in California wanted man in Buffalo D7 G Wanted man in Kansas city wanted man in Ohio Am Wanted man in Mississippi wanted man in ol' Cheyenne D7 G Wherever you might look tonight you might see this wanted man Am I might be in Colorado or Georgia by the sea D7 G Working for some man who may not know at all who I might be
Am If you ever see me coming and if you know who I am D7 G Don't you breathe it to nobody cause you know I'm on the lamb Am Wanted man by Lucy Watson wanted man by Jeannie Brown D7 G Wanted man by Nellie Johnson wanted man in this next town Am I've had all that I wanted of a lot of things I've had D7 G And a lot more than I needed of some things that turned out bad
Am I got a sidetracked in El Paso stopped to get myself a map D7 G Went the wrong way in Pleura with Juanita on my back Am Went to sleep in Shreveport woke up in Abilene D7 G Wondering why I'm wanted at some town half way between Am Wanted man in Albuquerque wanted man in Syracuse D7 G Wanted man in Tallahassee wanted man in Baton Rouge
Am There's somebody sent to grab me anywhere that I might be D7 G And wherever you might look tonight you might get a glimpse of me Am Wanted man in California wanted man in Buffalo D7 G Wanted man in Kansas city wanted man in Ohio Am Wanted man in Mississippi wanted man in ol' Cheyenne D7 G Wherever you might look tonight you might see this wanted man
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