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Allman Brothers - Ramblin' Man (Chord)
Submitter: palamin0 (176) on 9/6/03 5 comments
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Artist: Allman Brothers Band
Title: Ramblin' Man 
chords by: palamin0 at countrytabs.com




Allman Brothers Band - Ramblin' Man

  *** capo 1st fret ***
   



(chorus)
G           F               G    
Lord, I was born a ramblin' man, 
                            Cadd9             D
trying to make a living and doing the best I can,
Cadd9                G        
When it's time for leaving, 
  Em7           Cadd9      G          D
I hope you'll understand, that I was born a,
         G
Rambling man,


(verse 1)
G               F               G        
My father was a gambler down in Georgia, 
                   Cadd9           D
He wound up on the wrong end of a gun, 
  Cadd9                G              
And I was born in the back seat of a, 
Em7      Cadd9    G            D          G
Greyhound bus, rolling down highway forty-one,


(chorus)
G           F               G    
Lord, I was born a ramblin' man, 
                            Cadd9             D
trying to make a living and doing the best I can,
Cadd9                G        
When it's time for leaving, 
  Em7            Cadd9      G          D
I hope you'll understand, that I was born a,
         G
Rambling man,



(verse 2)
G                F                  G
I'm on my way to New Orleans this morning, 
                Cadd9         D
Leaving out of Nashville, Tennessee, 
        Cadd9             G                    Em7
They're always having a good time down on the Bayou, 
Cadd9        G     D               G
Lord, them Delta women think the world of me,


(chorus)
G           F               G    
Lord, I was born a ramblin' man, 
                            Cadd9             D
trying to make a living and doing the best I can,
Cadd9                G        
When it's time for leaving, 
  Em7            Cadd9      G          D
I hope you'll understand, that I was born a,
         G
Rambling man,
 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
I had to capo I to make these chords work....
-debeck | 4/10/2004
sorry bud I sometimes forget to list the capo and fret
-palamin0 | 4/10/2004
Ok, cool. I was tryin' to harp or anything. I just
didn't know if this was done with the guitar tuned
down a half step or what. I knew it wasn't wrong
or anything because the chords are dead on.
You've got one hell of an ear palaminO. Thanks for the tab.
-debeck | 8/15/2004
This is a pretty good tab, but I wanted to constructively comment on a
couple of things...first thing in the verse, there's no "F" anywhere,
and where it's notated as an "F", it's actually a "C". Also, this isn't
a correction but an addition...in the intro, you play a "G", then a
"D", then a "C", then a "G" again. During the first solo, you play the
equivalent of a verse (with the "C" in place of the "F"), and during the
last loonnnng solo, which I called the outro on the tab I made for my
band, it's just "G F G" until fade.

Overall, a very good tab! Only one thing about it that's not right,
and that's just one chord, although it does make a pretty big
difference in how the song sounds. The other stuff is just the
additions to fill out the song. Nice work palamino! :)
-Smoothie7745 | 3/24/2005
the "f" sounds better then a "c" does. I think he got it right. good job
-bigben5983 | 11/28/2005
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