Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson Old Age and Treachery cover

Old Age and Treachery
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Old Age and Treachery Lyrics

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Verse 1
Old age and treachery,
Always overcomes youth and skill.
Ain't too much that we won't do;
What Waylon won't, Willie will.
Verse 2
Even though we've spent our lives,
Chargin' up the wrong side of the hill.
Old age and treachery,
Always overcomes youth and skill.
Verse 3
Some people say that our,
Get up and go's got up and gone.
(I don't know 'bout you Willie but,)
I can still jump as high.
I just can't stay that high that long.
Verse 4
Even though we've spent our lives,
Chargin' up the wrong side of the hill.
Old age and treachery,
Always overcomes youth and skill.
Verse 5
Young bull says: "Old bull,
"Let's run that heiffer down and have a ball."
("Let's make her squawl")
Old bull says: "Young Bull,
"Let's just ease on adown and love 'em all."
Verse 6
Old age and treachery,
Always overcomes youth and skill.
Ain't too much that we won't do;
What Waylon won't, Willie will.
Verse 7
Even though we have spent our lives,
Chargin' up the wrong side of the hill.
Old age and treachery,
Always overcomes youth and skill.
Verse 8
Rosie loves the raquet ball,
She won't do it but her sister will.
Damn, what'd you say that for?
Ain't got a thing to do with this....
I know what you're tryin' to do.
Your tryin' to get half a song.
Ok, we'll put your name on it.
Verse 9
Rosie loves the raquet ball,
Verse 10
She won't do it but her sister will.

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