Are They Gonna Make Us Outlaws Again lyrics and chords
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Are They Gonna Make Us Outlaws Again Recorded by Vernon Oxford Written by James A. Talley
C F C You never picked no peaches never rode no boxcar train D7 G7 Never worked out on the road gang or slept out in the rain C F C But when you see a good man have to struggle sweat and strain F C G7 C When a man can't feed his children don't it make you stop and think
F G7 C Are they gonna make us outlaws again F G7 C Is that what it's comin' to my friend F G7 C Am I can see why Pretty Boy Floyd done the things he did F G7 C Are they gonna make us outlaws again
F C I'll tell you folks there's trouble and tension everywhere D7 G7 Everybody's askin' where's it gonna end C F C There ain't nobody answered there ain't nobody there F C G7 C I'll tell you folks there's trouble there's trouble everywhere
F C Hard times and breadlines ain't no sight to see D7 G7 When a man is hungry it ain’t no crazy dream C F C Blues is fine for singing but mighty hard to eat F C G7 C Them engines won't keep rolling if there ain't no gasoline
F C There's always been a bottom always been a top D7 G7 Someone took the orders someone called the shots C F C Someone took the beating Lord someone got the prize F C G7 C That may be the way it's been but that don't mean it's right
F G7 C Are they gonna make us outlaws again
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