"Gunfight" as written by and Bill Carter....
I came in bleeding, crying from the pain
My woman said, "Oh no, not again!"
There was a row in the town tonight
A man went down but I got out alright
I got out alright
I got out alright
Oh yeah.

I came in bleeding, crying from the pain
My woman said, "Oh no, not again!"
There was a row in the town tonight
A man went down but I got out alright.

Don't patch me up, I got to walk
Out on the streets they're all starting to talk
The cops and the cons, they're all starting to say
My love for you killed a man today.

Gunfight in the heart of town
I don't know his name but a man went down
He was long and tall and oh-so-mean
With a bleeding on his face and a bullet in his spleen!

They got south down to Mexico
No questions asked, ain't nobody know
I killed a man, he desearved to die
I love you baby, but I must survive.

You can't come, I have to go alone
I'll try to call you on the telephone
Don't try to find me cause I won't be found
I'm running from the man and I'm down on the bound.

Gunfight in the heart of town
I don't know his name but a man went down
He was long and tall and oh-so-mean
With a bullet in his face and a bullet in his spleen!

Oh, Yeah!

Gunfight in the heart of town
Don't know his name but a man went down
He was long and tall and oh-so-mean
With a grin on his face and a bullet in his spleen!

I go south down to ol' Mexico
No questions asked, ain't nobody know
I killed a man, he desearved to die
I love you baby, but I must survive.


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"Gunfight" as written by Bill Carter

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