Kip Moore - Southpaw

Southpaw Chords and Lyrics by Kip Moore

Artist : Kip Moore
Song : Southpaw
Album : Wild World

Kip Moore - Wild World Album

Intro : G

Verse 1 : 
                 G
I shoulda been a cowboy
               
Livin' in the black hills
              
Livin' on the outside of the law
                 
Yea crazier than wild Bill
          Cadd9
Ridin' my quarter horse
         
Kickin' in saloon doors
                          G
Drinkin' double shots of whiskey, yeah
            Em    D/F#   G
Wearing my single action piece
            Em     Cadd9    D
For all the honest world to see

Chorus : 
                  G
I shoulda been an outlaw
              
Ready for a quick draw
                                 
Everybody call me the gun slingin' Southpaw
                  Cadd9
Ain't no time for runnin’
                       
'Cause ya never saw me comin'
                              
I could be dangerous I could be famous
                             
Have my name babe in all the papers
           Cadd9                        
Sayin' I'm wanted, by the law and every woman
                        G
Yea they'd call me the Southpaw

G   Cadd9

Verse 2 : 
                         G
I'd be stealin' me some kisses
                   
From every little bar maid
              
Ridin' every westbound rail
                                  
Out on bail say to hell with the James Gang
           Cadd9
Livin' underneath the stars
          
Never give away my heart
                G
Just ride away smiling, yeah
                  Em       D/F#   G
Well they'd never take this boy alive
                          Em      Cadd9  D
'Cause don't ya know that legends never die

Chorus : 
                  G
I shoulda been an outlaw
              
Ready for a quick draw 
                                   
Everybody call me the gun slingin' Southpaw
                  Cadd9
Ain't no time for runnin’
                       
'Cause ya never saw me comin'
                              
I could be dangerous I could be famous
        
Have my name babe in all the papers
           Cadd9                       
Sayin' I'm wanted, by the law and every woman

                        G
Yea they'd call me the Southpaw
                        Cadd9
Yea they'd call me the Southpaw

Bridge : 
                  Em       D/F#   G
Well they'd never take this boy alive
                         Em      Cadd9 D
Cause don't ya know that legends never die

Chorus : 
                  G
I shoulda been an outlaw
              
Ready for a quick draw
                                   
Everybody call me the gun slingin' Southpaw
                  Cadd9
Ain't no time for runnin’
                       
'Cause ya never saw me comin'
                              
I could be dangerous I could be famous
                             
Have my name babe in all the papers
           Cadd9                        
Sayin' I'm wanted, by the law and every woman

                        G
Yea they'd call me the Southpaw
                    Cadd9
They'd call me the Southpaw

Outro : 
            G                    G
I could be dangerous I could be famous
         G                    G      Cadd9
Have my name babe in all the papers, yeah

by SongsChords.Com

About Kip Moore

Kip Christian Moore born April 1, 1980, is an American country music singer and songwriter signed to MCA Nashville.
Kip Moore
Kip Christian Moore born April 1, 1980, is an American country music singer and songwriter signed to MCA Nashville. He has released a total of four studio albums for the label: Up All Night, Wild Ones, Slowheart, and Wild World. Moore has charted a total of twelve entries on Billboard Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay including the number-one "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck" and four additional top-ten hits. He has also written songs for Frankie Ballard, Thompson Square, and James Wesley.
He has two brothers and three sisters. Their father died in September 2011, just months before the release of Moore's debut album. He began playing guitar while attending Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama, and made his first public performance at a Mellow Mushroom restaurant in Valdosta, Georgia. After college, he moved to a "little hut" in Hawaii, where he also took up backpacking and surfing. He moved to Nashville, Tennessee, in 2004, where songwriter and producer Brett James helped him sign a publishing deal.
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