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Trying to Outrun the Wind lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Waylon
Jennings and Willie Nelson.
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Trying to Outrun the Wind Recorded by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson Written by Eddie Setser, Tom Davey, Troy Seals [3/4 time]
C F He's a sad song singer he plays a gut-stringer G7 C With vagabond fingers that follow his mind F To faraway places he reaches for traces G7 C And touches the faces he's long left behind
F He'll keep you from knowing where he's been or going G7 C You'll see the distance right there in his eyes F Just short of stealing he'll take your feelings G7 C Pull at your heart strings until they come untied
F C Once was a woman who made him turn lonesome G7 C Her memory turns over and over again F C Like an old stallion who's longing for freedom G7 C Trying to outrun the wind
F Well I've laughed with the sunshine cried with the rains G7 C I've had some bad nights with the best of the blues F I go on pretending with long haired women G7 C But I still get crazy when I think of you
F C Like an old stallion who's longing for freedom G7 C Trying to outrun the wind
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