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Rolling Home ukulele

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Rolling Home by John Tams

Note: I've only been playing for a week, so please let me know if anything's off. 
I couldn't find tabs/chords for this elsewhere.


C                    Dm
Round goes the wheel of fortune

Dm    C            C
Don't be afraid to ride

Dm                         C
There's a land of milk and honey

Dm                 Dm
Waits on the other side

C                                 Dm
There'll be peace and there'll be plenty

C      Dm            Dm
You'll never need to roam

C                  Dm               C       C
When we go rolling home, when we go rolling home

C       Dm               C       Dm
Rolling home, when we go rolling home

Dm         C        C             Dm    Dm      C      
When we go rolling, rolling, when we go rolling home



C                   Dm
The gentry in their fine array

Dm C                 C
Do prosper night and morn

Dm                C
While we unto the fields must go

C  Dm             Dm  
To plough and sow their corn

C                  Dm
The rich may steal the power

C       Dm            Dm
But the glory's ours alone

C                  Dm               C       C
When we go rolling home, when we go rolling home

C       Dm               C       Dm
Rolling home, when we go rolling home

Dm         C        C             Dm    Dm      C      
When we go rolling, rolling, when we go rolling home



C               Dm
The frost is on the hedgerow

Dm  C            C
The icy winds do blow

Dm            C
While we poor weary laborers

C      Dm                  Dm
Strive through the driving snow

C                 Dm
Our dreams fly up to glory

C  Dm                 Dm  
Up where the lark has flown

C                  Dm               C       C
When we go rolling home, when we go rolling home.

C       Dm               C       Dm
Rolling home, when we go rolling home

Dm         C        C             Dm    Dm      C      
When we go rolling, rolling, when we go rolling home



C             Dm
The summer of resentment

Dm  C            C
The winter of despair

Dm             C 
The journey to contentment

C  Dm                Dm 
Is set with trap and snare

C                  Dm  
Stand to and stand together

C    Dm              Dm
Your labor's yours alone

C                  Dm               C       C
When we go rolling home, when we go rolling home

C       Dm               C       Dm
Rolling home, when we go rolling home

Dm         C        C             Dm    Dm      C      
When we go rolling, rolling, when we go rolling home




C              Dm
So pass the bottle round

Dm  C                C
And let the toast go free

Dm                       C 
Here's a health to every laborer

C    Dm           Dm
Wherever they may be

C                  Dm
Fair wages now and ever

C     Dm                Dm
Let's reap what we have sown

C                  Dm               C       C
When we go rolling home, when we go rolling home

C       Dm               C       Dm
Rolling home, when we go rolling home

Dm         C        C             Dm    Dm      C      
When we go rolling, rolling, when we go rolling home

            
            
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