"Outlaw Blues" as written by and Bob Dylan....
Ain't it hard when you stumble
And land in some muddy lagoon?
Ain't it hard when you stumble
And land in some muddy lagoon?
Now when it's nine below zero
And three o'clock in the afternoon.

Ain't gonna hang your picture,
Ain't gonna hang it in your old picture frame.
Ain't gonna hang your picture,
Ain't gonna hang it in a picture frame.
Well, I might look like Samuel Golders
But I feel like Baby Jane

Well, I wish I was in some
Australian mountain range.
Yeah, I wish I was in some
Australian mountain range.
I got no reason to be there, but I
Think it would be some kind of change.

I got my dark sunglasses,
And for good luck my black tooth.
I got my dark sunglasses,
And for good luck my black tooth.
Don't ask me nothin' about nothin',
I just might tell you the truth.

I got a man in Jackson,
And I ain't gonna say his name.
I got a man in Jackson,
And I ain't gonna say his name.
You know he's a brown-skin man,
But I Love him just the same.



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"Outlaw Blues" as written by Bob Dylan

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