"Frontier Justice" as written by Austin Roberts, Charles Frank Black and Robert Warren Fischer....
When you said you loved me
You looked me straight in the eye
And you knew I bought it
Then you knew it was a low down lie
You put your boots under my bed
Put dreams in my head
And when you said goodbye
There was nothing I could do but cry
'Cause you can't hang 'em high
You can't lay 'em low
The way you could honey years ago
When love and honor weren't on the list
If frontier justice proveiled today
My daddy and brothers would make you pay
That's the kind of justice you'd understand
Well I hope she's pretty
Yeah I hope she's sweet
Hope you also got her to make you cheat and heart skip a beat
I hope she takes you for a long ride
And leaves you stranded by the roadside
When your thinking how she broke your heart
I hope you think of me
Too bad you can't hang 'em high
You can't lay 'em low
The way you could honey years ago
When love and honor weren't on the list
If frontier justice proveiled today
My daddy and my brothers would make you pay
That's the kind of justice you'd understand
Yeah
If frontier justice proveiled today
My daddy and my brothers would make you pay
That's the kind of justice you'd understand
Yeah
If frontier justice
A little frontier justice
Oh give me frontier justice


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"Frontier Justice" as written by Bobby Fischer Charlie Black

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