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She works in the bank and she works in the store
And she don't go for that old stuff anymore
Likes to get high and listen to the band
She likes to make love to her kind of man
These outlaw women, first of their kind
Outlaw women they got here right on time
Outlaw women don't need any guns
Outlaw women just out for fun

In many ways she's a lot like me
She don't give a damn 'bout society
Might be little rich girl, or she might be poor
She Might be a married woman that needs a little more
Shes a outlaw woman, first of her kind
These outlaw women ridin' high in seventy-nine
Outlaw women don't need any guns
These outlaw women were just out for fun

Some call her a lady some call her other names
But you wont ever call her that around me and my gang



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