Thanks to Chris Hill for submitting this song. We'll be doing the song as recorded by Johnny Cash.
But be sure to check out the 3rd video - the original Dylan/Cash demo recording. It sure sounds to me like Dylan is using the chords G, Am, D7, and C, which gives the song a very different, and pretty sound.
Wanted [G] man in Indiana, wanted [Am] man in Ohio
Wanted [D7] man in Texarkana, wanted [C] man in Mexi-[G]co
So in the songsheet that's posted below, you'd replace the [G] with [Gm], which gives it a really pretty sound:
Wanted [F] man in California, wanted [Gm] man in Buffalo
Wanted [C7] man in Kansas City, wanted [Bb] man in Ohi-[F]o
This song was written by Bob Dylan in 1969 for Johnny Cash. Cash debuted “Wanted Man” on his 1969 live album, At San Quentin, and would later release a studio version. (It was later covered by artists such as Nick Cave and George Thorogood.) Amazingly, Cash had only learned the song a week prior — at the same informal Nashville session with Dylan and Perkins that was captured on the demo recording — before opening his San Quentin set with the number. At the beginning of the demo, you can hear June Carter Cash say: "Honey, I don't want to interrupt your train of thought, but be sure that Bob puts the melody to that song, that 'Wanted Man'. You forgot the melody." (Rolling Stone)