DOOLIN DALTON EAGLES They were [Em] Doolin, Doolin [G] Dalton. High or [Em] low, it's all the [G] same. [G7] Easy [C] money, faithless [Em] women, Red eye [A] whiskey [C] for the [G] pain. Verse 2: [Em] Go down Bill Dalton it must [G] be God's will. Two brothers lyin' dead in [G] Coffeyville. [G7] [C] Two voices call to you from [Em] where they stood. [A] Lay down your law books now they're [C] no damn [G] good. Verse 3: Better keep on [Em] movin', Doolin [G] Dalton. Til your [Em] shadow's set you [G] free. [G] If you're [C] fast, if you're [Em] lucky, You will [A] never [C] see that hangin' [G] tree. Bridge: Well, the [Em] towns lay [G] out across the dusty [C] plains. Like [Am] grave yards filled with tombstones, [Em] waitin' for the names. And a [G] man could use his [G7] back or use his [C] brains. But [Am] some just went stir crazy Lord, 'cause [D] nothin' ever changed! Verse 4: Til Bill [Em] Doolin met Bill [G] Dalton. He was working [Em] cheap, just bidin [G] time. [G7] Then he [C] laughed, said I'm a [Em] goin. So he [A] left that [C] peaceful life [G] behind.