C G7 Way out in Reno, Nevada, C Where romance blooms and fades, F A great Philadelphia lawyer C G7 C Was in love with a Hollywood maid. C G7 "Come, love, and we'll go ramblin' ¨ C Down where the lights are so bright. ¨ F I'll win you a divorce from your husband,¨ C G7 C And we can get married tonight."¨ C G7 Wild Bill was a gun-totin' cowboy, ¨ C ¨Ten notches were carved in his gun.¨ ¨ F And all the boys around Reno C G7 C ¨Left Wild Bill's maiden alone. C G7 One night when Bill was returning¨ ¨ C From ridin' the range in the cold,¨ ¨ F He dreamed of his Hollywood sweetheart, ¨ C G7 C Her love was as lasting as gold. C G7 As he drew near her window, ¨¨ C Two shadows he saw on the shade;¨' ¨ F Twas the great Philadelphia lawyer ¨ C G7 C Makin' love to Bill's Hollywood maid. C G7 The night was as still as the desert,¨ ¨ C The moon hangin' high overhead. ¨ F Bill listened awhile through the window, ¨ C G7 C He could hear ev'ry word that he said: C G7 "Your hands are so pretty and lovely, ¨¨ C Your form's so rare and divine.¨ ¨ F Come go with me to the city¨ C G7 C And leave this wild cowboy behind." C G7 Now tonight back in old Pennsylvania, ¨ C Among those beautiful pines, ¨ F There's one less Philadelphia lawyer C G7 C In old Philadelphia tonight.