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From: Perret Charles
Date: Tue, 23 May 1995 16:42:15 +0200 (METDST)
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by Waylon Jennings
Verse 1:
Em/ Em/
On a long and lonesome highway,east of them of all
D/ D/
You can listen to the engine moaning out it's one note song
A/ A/ Em
And you think about the one or the girl the night before
Verse 2:
Em/ Em/
But your thoughts will soon be wondering the ways they always do
D/ D/
When you're ridin' sixteen hours and there's nothin' much to do
A/ A/ Em
And you don't feel much like ridin' you just wish the trip was true
D Em
Here I am on the road again,
D Em
There I am one more stage
Here I go,playin' star again
D Em
there I go turn the page
Verse 3:
Well you're walkin' to a restaurant strung out from the cold
And you feel the eyes upon you as you're chakin' off the coat
A Em
You pretend it doesn't bother you but you just want to explose
Most times you can hear them talkin',other times you can't
It's the same old preachey is there a woman or a man
A Em
and you always see my thunder so you don't dare they make a stair
Verse 5:
After there in the spot lights you're a million miles away
Every outs of energy you try to give away
A Em
as the swipe bose from your body like the music that you play
Verse 6:
Later in the evening as you lie a waken bed
Echoes from the ack fires ringing in your head
A/ Em
And you smoke the day's last cigarette remembering what you said
Chorus 2 times.
Here is one of my favorite Waylon's songs.Sorry for all the mystakes....
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Song of the Eagle

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