Are You Sure Waylon Done It This Way
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Are You Sure Waylon Done It This Way Recorded by Clint Black with Waylon Jennings Written by Waylon Jennings
C G7 C Lord it's the same old thing fiddle and guitar G7 C Where do we take it from here G7 C Rhinestone suits new shiny cars G7 C It's been the same way for years G7 C G7 We found a change
C G7 C Somebody told me when I came to Nashville G7 C Son you've finally got it made G7 C Ol' Waylon made it here we're all sure that you will G7 C But I don't think Waylon done this a way G7 C Well I don't think ol' Waylon done it this a way
G7 C Ten years on the road makin' one night stands G7 C Speedin' my young life away G7 C Tell me one more time just so I'll understand G7 C Are you sure ol' Waylon done it this a way G7 C Ol' Waylon really do it this a way
G7 C I've seen the world with a eight piece band G7 C A looking at the back side of me G7 C Singing my songs one of his now and then G7 C But I don't think Waylon done 'em this a way G7 C No I don't think ol' Waylon done 'em this a way
G7 Woke up this mornin' it was drizzlin' rain C Around the curve come a long black train G7 Heard somebody yodel and a hobo moan C G7 C Jimmy he's dead he's been a long time gone yeah
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