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Ramblin Fever ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
Sender: "TPLBA" 
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 94 16:02:13 EDT
Subject: Haggard, Merle: Ramblin' Fever.crd

Ramblin' Fever
Merle Haggard

       F                               F
My hat don't hang on the same nail too long
   F                                     G
My ears can't stand to hear the same old song
      F                  C7          F
And I don't leave the highway long enough
                   F
To bog down in the mud
F                       G               F
Cause I've got ramblin' fever in my blood


I caught this ramblin' fever long ago
When I first heard a lonesome whistle blow
If someone said I ever gave a damn
They damn sure told you wrong
I've had ramblin' fever all along

CHORUS:
F        F              F                            G
Ramblin' fever, the kind that can't be measured by degrees
F        F                 F              G           F
Ramblin' fever, there ain't no kind of cure for my disease


G7      F                               F
There's times I'd like to bed down on a sofa
    F                           F
And let some pretty lady rub my back
F                      Dm   F        F
And spend the early morning drinking coffee
                          G           F
And talking about when I'll be coming back

F                                      F
Cause I don't let know no woman tie me down
         F                         G
And I'll never get too old to get around
          F                              F
I'm gonna die along the highway and rot away
F                       F
Like some old high-line pole,
                   G
Rest this ramblin' fever in my soul

CHORUS

            
            
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