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Ramblin Man chords

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[Chorus]
G#           F#   C#      G#
Lord I was born a Ramblin' man
G#                            C#             D#
Tryin' to make a living and doing the best I can
C#                     G#       Fm           C#
When it's time for leaving I hope you'll understand
G#           D#              G#
That I was born a Ramblin' man

[Verse 1]
G#                C#                G#         
My father was a Gambler down in Georgia
G#                    C#            D#
He wound up on the wrong end of a gun
C#                     G#               Fm       C#
And I was born in the back seat of a Greyhound bus
G#               D#           G#
Rolling down highway forty-one

[Chorus]
G#           F#   C#      G#
Lord I was born a Ramblin' man
G#                            C#             D#
Tryin' to make a living and doing the best I can
C#                     G#       Fm           C#
When it's time for leaving I hope you'll understand
G#           D#              G#
That I was born a Ramblin' man

[Verse 2]
G#                         C#         G#
I'm on my way to New Orleans this morning
G#                 C#            D#
Leavin' out of Nashville, Tennessee
C#                        G#                  Fm      C# 
they're always havin' a good time down on the Bayou, lord
G#                  D#                G#
Them delta women think the world of me

[Chorus]
G#           F#   C#      G#
Lord I was born a Ramblin' man
G#                            C#             D#
Tryin' to make a living and doing the best I can
C#                     G#       Fm           C#
When it's time for leaving I hope you'll understand
G#           D#              G#
That I was born a Ramblin' man

G#           F#   C#      G#
Lord I was born a Ramblin' man
G#                            C#             D#
Tryin' to make a living and doing the best I can
C#                     G#       Fm           C#
When it's time for leaving I hope you'll understand
G#           D#              G#
That I was born a Ramblin' man

            
            
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HellBelle 10 Jul 10, 2011 12:11 PM

Outstanding!! These are the correct chords of the recording that one can play w/out a capo! Thanks! Great job!!

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pc2520 237 Feb 01, 2013 03:45 AM

yeah, this is how you can play it without a capo...but this is also why the capo exists. if you don't have one, go buy one.

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BJ59 36 May 04, 2013 12:02 PM

that's funny.

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