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'Way Out West In Kansas
Words and Music by Carson Robison - 1926
C                     F          C           - G7   
C F          C F          C    G7 C
F C G7 C
F C D7 G7
C F          C G7 C
- F          C G7 C
G7 C D7 G7
C F          C G7 C     (repeat)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
There's a place where the birds sing bass,  Rab -bits laugh in a bull -dog's face,
Trains don't stop at my home town,  'Cause wood -peck -ers knocked the de -pot down.
There the girls grow tall and slim,  The boys grow whisk -ers on their chin,
The wheat grows thick and the weeds grow thin,  Out in that West -ern town.
Folks don't stay out ve -ry late,  'Way out West in Kan -sas.
They take the side -walks in at eight,  'Way out West in Kan -sas.
It's some town by heck I'll swear,  You can stand in the old town square,
And knock on ev -'ry front door there,  'Way out West in Kan -sas.
Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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