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Cowboy Boyer And Talton, Weak And Strong Tabs (ver.1)

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Weak And Strong Tabs (ver.1)

Cowboy Boyer And Talton Tabs
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                Cowboy Boyer/Talton  Weak And Strong written by Tommy Talton 

B  C#m  Am   E

E                                Am 
You play the part of the highest queen
C          E
I was in-sane
E                                      Am
Then you played the part of the common maid
C            E
I become the king
A          F#m        E
I wanna be strong and weak with you baby
A          F#m                    E
I wanna be proud and I want to be meek with you
A         F#m            E 
And if my knees begin to squeak from the age'n
A                              C#m   Am  E   B  C#m Am E
Don't let it give you cause to weep
E                                 Am
I'll play the part of the highest king
C              E
You become the duece
     E                                Am
Then I'll play the part of the common thief
C                   E
And you can tie the noose
A          F#m         E
Well isn't love just a endless stream of direction
A          F#m           E
Reflection of reflection of reflection
A            F#m              E
The more you see the more you want to see and so you do
A                              C#m     Am  E  B C#m Am  E
Well maybe we have each others missing clue

SOLO

A          F#m        E
I wanna be strong and weak with you baby
A          F#m                    E
I wanna be proud and I want to be meek with you
A         F#m            E 
And if my knees begin to squeak from the age'n
A                              C#m   Am  E   B  C#m Am E
Don't let it give you cause to weep
 

  From "Happy To Be Alive"
  Capricorn Records 1976
  Talton/Stewart/Sandlin
            
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