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Willie, Waylon And Me

This song is by David Allan Coe and appears on the album 20 Greatest Hits (1994) and on the album Live-If That Ain'T Country (1997).

I heard the Burritos out in California
Could fly higher than the birds
Roger McGuinn had a 12-string guitar
It was like nothing I'd ever heard
And the Eagles flew in from the West Coast
Like the Byrds they were trying to be free
In Texas the talk turned to outlaw
Like Willie and Waylon and me

Heyyy

They say Texas music's in the making
We been making music that is free
Doing one night stands, playing with our bands
Willie, Waylon and me

Oh, Wayne

They say the Beatles were just the beginning
Of everything music could be
Just like the Stones I was rolling along
Like a ship, lost out on the sea
And Joplin should die for the future
And Dylan would write poetry
In Texas they still talk of outlaw
Like Willie, Waylon and me

Heyyy

My name is David Allen Coe

They say Texas music's in the making
We been making music that is free
Doing one night stands, playing with our bands
Willie, Waylon and me

They say the Beatles were just the beginning
Of everything music could be
Just like the Stones I was rolling along
Like a ship, lost out on the sea
And Joplin should die for the future
And Dylan, he wrote poetry
In Texas they still talk of outlaw
Like Willie, Waylon and me

Written by:

David Allan Coe

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