I've grown tired of this place
I'm sick and tired of being seen
I've got an itch that I can't shake
It's saying "Don't even pick up, just leave."

Sometimes I wish I had a broader shoulder
Sometimes I wish I could carry myself like I was older
If I had the disposition of a man on a mission
I could go be a bandito

And I would do whatever I please
And I wouldn't worry about anything
Except my own back and when
I'd make my next sting
All I need is my gun and my dog
And she's got the right attitude to be a bandito, too

I will wear my jacket loose
I'll tear up my jeans and put on some ugly boots
I'll pull my hat real low and never make up my face
If people ask me where I'm going
I'll say "Wherever my feet take me."

And I'll sleep where I sleep
And I'll eat what I eat
Not tied down by house or home
I've got my home, it's on the road
'Cause it takes go to be a bandito

And I will do whatever I please
And I won't worry about anything
Except my own back and when
I'll make my next sting
All I need is my gun and my dog
And she's got the right attitude to be a bandito, too

By train or by truck or by boat or by plane
Won't get caught by the law, I'll tell no one my name
And you can try to find me, but I won't be found
'Cause now I know what I need, I'm freedom bound

And I will do whatever I please
And I won't worry about anything
Except my own back and when
I'll make my next sting
All I need is my gun and my dog
And she's got the right attitude to be a bandito, too


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