in outlaw, and an outlaw

Hi everyone,

In a song the singer says, " you’re in outlaw", is the same as you’re an outlaw? how common is it?

Thanks a bunch

What song? Are you sure it just didn’t sound like they said “in” instead of “an”? Maybe someone stole a bucket of piss and they meant urine outlaw?

outlaw, by Selena

Yep, you’re right, must be mis-transcribed

It’s like that old Buddy Holly song,

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