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Allan Taylor – Banjo Man lyrics

Cowboy hat, cowboy boots
Denim jacket full of Mexican cheroots

How that man can sing
I got trouble on my mind
It's good to know that he's a friend of mine

He came to Paris from Portland town
Carrying a banjo, playing around

How that man can sing
I got trouble on my mind
It's good to know that he's a friend of mine

Too much whisky, too much wine
Too much travelling down the line

How that man can sing
I got trouble on my mind
It's good to know that he's a friend of mine

Headin' down that one-way track
Carrying the devil on his back

How that man can sing
I got trouble on my mind
It's good to know that he's a friend of mine

He got a lady so sweet and kind
He's okay now, doing fine

How that man can sing
I got trouble on my mind
It's good to know that he's a friend of mine

Cowboy hat, cowboy boots
Denim jacket full of Mexican cheroots

How that man can sing
I got trouble on my mind
It's good to know that he's a friend of mine
It's good to know that he's a friend of mine



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/a/allan_taylor/banjo_man.html

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