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The Song in 'The Old Guard' Credits is Elle King's 'Baby Outlaw' - Listen Now!

The Song in 'The Old Guard' Credits is Elle King's 'Baby Outlaw' - Listen Now!

The song that is used at the end of the new Netflix movie The Old Guard when the credits start rolling wasn’t actually written for the film, despite the lyrics fitting perfectly for the story.

Elle King‘s song “Baby Outlaw” is the song that is played when the credits start!

The song was released back in October 2018 and Elle wrote it with Greg Kurstin, who is one of Adele‘s frequent collaborators. The track is featured on her album Shake the Spirit.

“Well I ain’t nobody’s baby / Baby, I’m an outlaw / Call me a criminal, maybe / Baby, I’m an outlaw / You know I ain’t evil, but I ain’t a saint / Can’t help it, I was born this way,” Elle sings on the track.

You can download the song on iTunes or stream it below via YouTube.

Make sure to check out this explanation of the ending of The Old Guard and how it might lead into a sequel!

Click inside the read the song’s lyrics…

Read the song’s lyrics below!

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Posted to: Elle King, Lyrics, Music, The Old Guard

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