WALKIN' JIM STOLTZ


Lone Coyote Ways Lyrics

G Am C D G
1) Now, some men were born just to toil away the life
that flows through their veins,
G Am
They spend all their days just a-grubbin' for pay,
C D G
But they go out the same way they came.
G Am C D G
Now me, I was born in a windstorm, and the points of
the compass they call,
Am C D G
And if I didn't go when them high winds blow, I
wouldn't have nothing at all.
C G EmC D
Chorus: I'm just a half-blooded, pup of a coyote,
howlin' away my days,
C G Em
Running to ground my star-studded dreams

CD G
And living my lone coyote ways.
2) Yeh, give me that high lonesome country,
Where the winds and the alpine flowers grow,
And I'll be runnin' wild, just like some bitches child,
Knowin' what us ol' coyotes know.
(Chorus)
C G
Bridge: When I die lay me out on the desert,
C D
Let the eagles come and pick at my bones,
C G Em
Then part of me is gonna fly out across the western
sky,
C D
The rest will just slip on back home.
(Chorus)

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