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'Way Out West In Kansas
Words and Music by Carson Robison - 1926
C                     F          C           - G7   
C F          C F          C    G7 C
F C G7 C
F C D7 G7
C F          C G7 C
- F          C G7 C
G7 C D7 G7
C F          C G7 C     (repeat)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
There's a place where the birds sing bass,  Rabbits laugh in a bulldog's face,
Trains don't stop at my home town,  'Cause woodpeckers knocked the depot down.
There the girls grow tall and slim,  The boys grow whiskers on their chin,
The wheat grows thick and the weeds grow thin,  Out in that Western town.
Folks don't stay out very late,  'Way out West in Kansas.
They take the sidewalks in at eight,  'Way out West in Kansas.
It's some town by heck I'll swear,  You can stand in the old town square,
And knock on ev'ry front door there,  'Way out West in Kansas.
Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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