This is one of Merle Haggard's tributes to the style and music of Bob Wills,
perhaps his greatest influence.

       D                    G
Cowboys and outlaws, right guys and southpaws,
                           A
Good dogs and all kinds of cats.
D                              G
Dirt roads and white lines and all kinds of stop signs,
                                 A
But I stand right here where I'm at,
       G         A           D
'Cause I wear My Own Kind Of Hat.     Verse 1:
        Bm                     A
There's two kind of lovers and two kind of brothers,
    G                     D
And two kind of babies to hold.
        Bm                       A
There's two kind of cherries and two kind of fairies,
    G                       A         A7
And two kind of mothers I'm told, and told

Chorus

Verse 2:
        Bm                       A
There's two kind of brothers and two kind of lovers,
    G                     D
And two kind of babies to hold.
        Bm                       A
There's two kind of cherries and two kind of fairies,
    G                       A         A7
And two kind of mothers I'm told, and told

Chorus
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