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Ramble On Rose Chords

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Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2000 00:53:26 -0500
From: Jesse Aaron 
Subject: g/grateful_dead/ramble_on_rose.crd

Grateful Dead's Ramble on Rose (Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter)
Transcribed by jessaa@mail.utexas.edu

I took this song from the Europe '72 Album.  Jerry slurs his lyrics a bit, 
so listen closely if you want to figure those out.


VERSE:
(Just like Jack the Ripper')

D E7 F#m G D A (x2 for each verse)


CHORUS:
(Did you say your name')

D G E7 G D A D (x1)

It sounds good if you walk up and down the bass string when going from G to 
E7 back to G.


BRIDGE:
(I've gone and seen you')

Bm C (x3)
D A E7 A (on the last line)

Just listen to the song to get the rhythm right, nothing too hard about 
it.

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Scifischizo4 wrote on October 29 2005, 07:38 pm

Great tab mate, you're the only one here... but it all seems right to me.

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