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I'm A Lone Wolf
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fun song to learn to play and sing, it was recorded by Hawkshaw Hawkins.
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I'm A Lone Wolf Recorded by Hawkshaw Hawkins Written by Leon Payne
C F C Baby I’m a-stepping out tonight and I want your company D7 G7 The boys start setting to get everything right and take this tip from me C F C I’m footloose and I’m fancy free and strictly on the prowl F C G7 C I’m a lone wolf whoo this is my natural howl F C G7 C I’m a lone wolf whoo this is my natural howl
F C D7 G7 I’m a lone wolf whoo strictly on the prowl C Put your hat on the table put your cloths in the chair F Don’t look at the clock you ain’t going nowhere C G7 C I’m a lone wolf whoo this is my natural howl
Hank Williams started the whole thing off F C When he sang the Love Sick Blues D7 G7 Delmore’s Hall is raving about the blues they want to lose C Whitey and Winky went sniffing around F C But they said they wouldn’t do it again F C All I want to do is to win your love D7 G7 But my patience is getting thin C G7 C I’m a l-one wolf whoo this is my natural howl
F C D7 G7 I’m a lone wolf whoo strictly on the prowl C I went down in them banks and I tried to be good F I ain’t gonna eat you Red Riding Hood C G7 C I’m a l-one wolf whoo this is my natural howl
F C G7 C I’m a lone wolf whoo this is my natural howl F C D7 G7 I’m a lone wolf whoo strictly on the prowl C I tried to win your love somehow F Every time I kiss you say quit that now C G7 C I’m a l-one wolf whoo this is my natural howl
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