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We Robbed Trains lyrics and chords

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We Robbed Trains
Recorded by Gene Watson
Written by Eddy Raven

C F C
Cowboys and outlaws and long shiny rails
D7 G7
Was the background setting of grandpappy's tales
C F C
Places like Tucson and old Santa Fe
G7 C
Cheyenne Wyomin' during Rodeo Days

F C
I'd sit there for hours perched on his knee
D7 G7
To ride just as far as his memory could see
C F C
With Billy The Kid and the one Jesse James
G7 C
Rail ridin' outlaws that robbed lots of trains

F C
Let me tell you a story 'bout Billy The Kid
D7 G7
The one Jesse James and some things that we did
F C Am
I knew them well son just like my own name
G7 C
Billy and Jesse me and we robbed trains

F C
But a boy don't stay seven all of his life
D7 G7
And he starts to wonder what's true and what's lies
C F C
Still respect makes him listen to an old man's refrain
G7 C
Bout a wild bunch of cowboys and some make believe trains

Repeat #3

F C
The funeral was family as funerals should be
D7 G7
Except for two cowboys no one else could see
C F C
And then they were gone just as quick as they came
G7 C
Billy and Jesse had robbed one more train

Repeat #3

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