Slaid Cleaves - Tumbleweed Stew CAPO: 4th Fret INTRO: C F C D G C C-Cadd9-C-F I work as a hand in San Saba C Fences and windmills to mend I been out on a crew, eating tumbleweed stew D G Three weeks in the rain and the wind F C I got mud on my boots and blood on my money F And I'm looking to head into town C But as soon as my truck rounds the corner G C That old deputy is a-staring me down F C C-Cadd9-C-F Where can a good man go crazy? C Where can a cowboy get stoned? If I get a wild hair, to go off on a tear D G I'm liable to end up alone F C Nobody wants to run with me now F But I'm restless down to the bone C F C C-Cadd9-C-G Where can a good man go crazy C Where can a cowboy get stoned? BRIDGE: Am C Old man, are you listening? Am C 'Cause I'm down here asking you Am C I know you made me this way F G So what do you expect me to do? INSTRUMENTAL: D G D G D E A G D G D A D **Key Change - Up 2 Semitones** I drove out of town with my pay check G D Bad snake blood running through my veins Hooked up with a truckload of illegals E A And a pocket full of cocaine G D We had us some fun, now I'm on the run G And I won't be coming back soon D Just me and some 'ranged coyotes A D Howling up at the cold desert moon G D G Where can a good man go crazy? D Where can a cowboy get stoned? Nobody wants me hanging around E A I guess I'll have to go it alone G D I'll have to head down to the border G I guess and I don't know when I'll be back home D G D A Where can a good man go crazy? D Where can a cowboy get stoned? Bm D And if I don't ever make it back G D You can carve this right on my tombstone G D A Where can a good man go crazy? D G A D Where can a cowboy get stoned?