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Coyotes chords

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[Intro]
D A G (x4)


[Verse 1]
      D         A            G
Was a cowboy I knew in south Texas
    D               A          G
His face was burnt deep by the sun
     D             A          G
Part history, part sage, part mesquite
       D                 A         G
He was there when Pancho Villa was young


[Verse 2]
         D          A           G
And he'd tell you a tale of the old days
         D            A         G
When the country was wild all around
        D         A            G
Sit out under the stars of the Milky Way
    D                A       G
And listen while the coyotes howled, they go:


[Chorus]
D       A       G
Poo yip poo yip poo
      D           A           G
Poodi loo yip poo hoo yip poo hoo
D       A       G
Poo yip poo yip poo
      D           A           G
Poodi loo yip poo hoo yip poo hoo


[Bridge]
        Bm                          G
Now the Longhorns are gone, and the drovers are gone
    Em                          A
The Comanches are gone, and the outlaws are gone
  Em                  D
Geronimo is gone, and Sam Bass is gone
        G                     A
And the Lion is gone, and the Red Wolf is gone


[Verse 3]
         D              A             G
Well, he cursed all the roads and the oil men
       D          A     G
And he cursed the automobile
               D               A           G
Said: "this is no place for an hombre like I am
        D            A           G
In this new world of asphalt and steel"


[Verse 4]
          D             A            G
Then he'd look off some place in the distance
   D              A        G
At something only he could see
           D               A          G
He'd say: "All that's left now of the old days
D          A           G
Damned old coyotes and me", and they go:


[Chorus]
D       A       G
Poo yip poo yip poo
      D           A           G
Poodi loo yip poo hoo yip poo hoo
D       A       G
Poo yip poo yip poo
      D           A           G
Poodi loo yip poo hoo yip poo hoo


[Bridge]
        Bm                          G
Now the Longhorns are gone, and the drovers are gone
     Em                     A
The Comanches are gone, the outlaws are gone
    Em                     D
Now Quantro is gone, Stand Watie is gone
        G                     A
And the Lion is gone, and the Red Wolf is gone


[Verse 5]
    D            A             G
One morning they searched his adobe
       D               A      G
He disappeared without even a word
         D            A                G
But that night as the moon crossed the mountains
D        A          G
One more coyote was heard, and he'd go:


[Chorus]
D       A       G
Poo yip poo yip poo
      D           A           G
Poodi loo yip poo hoo yip poo hoo
D       A       G
Poo yip poo yip poo
      D           A           G
Poodi loo yip poo hoo yip poo hoo

D       A       G
Poo yip poo yip poo
      D           A           G
Poodi loo yip poo hoo yip poo hoo
D       A       G
Poo yip poo yip poo
      D           A           G
Poodi loo yip poo hoo yip poo hoo

            
            
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redforkhippie 32 Sep 03, 2014 09:16 PM

One of my favorites. Thanks for posting.

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srhitchcock 10 Apr 06, 2015 02:24 AM

Total accuracy. Thank you!

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rurugby 10 Dec 21, 2015 12:10 PM

Such a gorgeous song and so simple to play. Any suggestions to have it sound more like Don Edwards?

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