Longhaired Redneck2 David Alan Coe
[C]Country DJ's [D]knows that I'm an [G]outlaw.
[G]They'd never come to see me in this [C]dive.
[C]Where bikers stare at cowboys who are [G]laughen' [D/F#]at the [Em]hippies.
Who are [Am]prayen' they'll get out of her [D]alive.
The [C]loud mouth in the [D]corners gett'en [G]to me.
[G]Talking about my earrings and my [C]hair.
[C]I guess he aint read the sign that [G]says I've [D/F#]been to [Em]prison.
[Am]Someone aught to warn him, before I [D]knock him off his chair.
Cause my [C]long hair just can't [D]cover up my [G]redneck.
[G]I've won every fight I've ever [C]faught.
[C]And I don't need some turkey telling [G]me that I [D/F#]ain't [Em]country.
[Am]Say'en I aint worth a damn on, [D]ticket that he bought.
Cause I [G]can sing all those songs about [C]Texas,
[D]And I still do all the sad one's that I [G]know.[D]
They [G]tell me, I look like Merle [C]Haggard,
And [Am]sound alot like David Allen [D]Coe.
And the barmaid in the last town that we played in.
Knew the words to every song I wrote.
Just about the time the jukebox broke.
Ya Jonny Cash helped me get out of prison.
Long before Rodriquez stole that goat.
I've been a Rhinestone Cowboy for so long I can't remember.
And I can do you every song Hank Williams ever wrote.
And I can sing all those songs about Texas,
And I still do all the sad one's that I know.
I can't help it, I like Merle Haggard,
And sound alot like David Allen Coe.
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