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Nashville Rebel

Song Author Harlan Howard Performer: Waylon Jennings Submitted by: Anonymous
[Em]They call me the Nashville Rebel
They [C]say Leave that boy [D7]alone
Don't you [G]give him advice or he'll t[C]urn to ice
And [D7]you might as well talk to [G]stone
But I've got [C]things to do and [D7]things to say in [G]my own way

[Em]I don't have time for your parties
Or [C]love's little guessing [D7]games
I've got [G]songs to write in the [C]still of night
I [D7]was born to write and [G]sing
And I've got [C]things to do and [D7]things to say in [G]my own way

[Em]They call me the Nashville Rebel
Little [C]girl don't you waste your [D7]time   
For I've [G]given my heart to [C]this old guitar
You [D7]deserve a better love than [G]mine
Cause I've got [C]things to do and [D7]things to say in [G]my own way

[Em]I'm the Nashville Rebel
I'm a [C]loner and I like it [D7]fine   
I'd [G]like to have a wife live a [C]normal life
But [D7]I just don't have the [G]time
Cause I've got [C]things to do and [D7]things to say in [G]my own way
I've got [C]things to do and [D7]things to say in [G]my own way

They call me the Nashville Rebel
They say Leave that boy alone
Don't you give him advice or he'll turn to ice
And you might as well talk to stone
But I've got things to do and things to say in my own way

I don't have time for your parties
Or love's little guessing games
I've got songs to write in the still of night
I was born to write and sing
And I've got things to do and things to say in my own way

They call me the Nashville Rebel
Little girl don't you waste your time
For I've given my heart to this old guitar
You deserve a better love than mine
Cause I've got things to do and things to say in my own way

I'm the Nashville Rebel
I'm a loner and I like it fine
I'd like to have a wife live a normal life
But I just don't have the time
Cause I've got things to do and things to say in my own way
I've got things to do and things to say in my own way

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