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Outlaw lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
a very pretty song recorded by Waylon Jennings.
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Slow Moving Outlaw Recorded by Waylon Jennings Written by Dee Moeller [3/4 time]
C Am C Em All the old stations are being torn down Dm G7 And the high flying trains no longer roll Dm A# G7 The floors are all sagging with boards Dm G7 C That are suffering from not being used anymore
C7 Things are all changing and the world's F Fm Rearranging a time that will soon be no more C Dm Where has a slow moving once quick-draw G7 C Outlaw got to go
Am C Em The whiskey that once settled the dust Dm G7 And tasted so fine now tastes of pain Dm A# G7 And the memories it once blotted out come back Dm G7 C Stronger and more clearly with each drink you take
C7 The women that warmed you once thought so pretty F Fm Now look haggard and old C Dm Where has a slow moving once quick-draw G7 C Outlaw got to go
Am C Em The land where I traveled once fashioned with beauty Dm G7 Now stands with scars on her face Dm A# G7 And the wide open spaces are closing in quickly Dm G7 C From the weight of the whole human race
C7 And it's not that I blame them for claiming her bounty F Fm I just wish they'd taken it slow C Dm Cause where has a slow moving once quick-draw G7 C Outlaw got to go
Dm Where has a slow moving once quick-draw G7 C Outlaw got to go
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