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Waylon Jennings - Trying To Outrun The Wind (Chord)
Submitter: matellmon (65) on 2/13/02
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performed by Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings.



Verse 1: (Waylon)
         D
 	 He's a sad song singer
             G
 	 He plays a gut-stringer
              A 
 	 With vagabond fingers
                         D
 	 That follow his mind

 	 To far away places
            G 
 	 He reaches for traces
              A 
 	 And touches the faces
                          D
 	 He's long left behind


Verse 2: (Waylon)
         D
 	 He'll keep you from knowing
                G
 	 Where he's been or going
          A  
 	 You'll see the distance
                           D
 	 Right there in his eyes
        
 	 Just short of stealing
           G                    
 	 He'll take your feelings
         A 
 	 Pull at your heart strings
                           D 
 	 Until they come untied


Chorus: (Waylon & Willie) 
         G                         D 
 	 Once was a woman who made him turn lonesome
             A                           D 
 	 Her memory turns over and over again
 	  G                          D    
 	 Like an old stallion who's longing for freedom
               A                   D
 	 He's trying to outrun the wind


Verse 3: (Willie)
         D
 	 I've laughed with the sunshine
          G 
 	 Cried with the rains
         A
 	 I've had some bad nights
                               D  
 	 With the best of the blues

 	 I go on pretending
              G 
 	 With long haired women
           A
 	 But i still get crazy
                         D
 	 When i think of you


Chorus.
  
         G                          D
 	 Like an old stallion who's longing for freedom
               A                   D
 	 He's trying to outrun the wind



 
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