Pancho and Lefty   (Lou-Mac 237)   Don Wood

INTRO - CLOSER

Sides Face Grand Square
Living on the road my friend was going to make

You free and clean, now you wear you skin like ironí

Your breathís as hard ad kerosene

Allemende and Weave

**You werenít you mammas only boy but her favorite one it seems

She cried the day you road away, and faded in her dreams.

 

Figure

Heads Heads promenade wonít you travel to half, walk in square thru to 4 like that

Go all the way do the right and left thru veer left and then Ferris Wheel her to

Square thru to 3 my friend  Swing the Corner Girl Promendade,

*She cried the day you road away, and faded in her dreams.

 

BREAK

Sides Face Grand Square

Pancho was a bandit boy, his horse as fast as polished steel

Wore his guns outside his pants for all the honest world to feel

Allemende and Weave

**Panch met his match you know, on the desert down in Mexico

* No one heard his dying words but thatís the way it goes

 

CLOSER

Lefty he canít sing the blues, all night long like he used to

The dust that Pancho bit down south ended up in Leftyís mouth

Allemende and Weave

All the Federallys say they could have had him any day

They only let him slip away out of kindness I supose  .

 

*She cried the day you road away, and faded in her dreams

* No one heard his dying words but thatís the way it goes

*Where he got the bread to go ainít nobody knows.

**All the Federallys say they could have had him any day

They only let him slip away out of kindness I supose  .