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David Allan Coe - Free Born Ramblin' Man (Chord)
Album: Longhaired Redneck (1976)
Submitter: lmofle (356) on 7/13/13
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Free Born Ramblin' Man
By David Allan Coe
Album: Longhaired Redneck (1976)
Tabbed By Larry Mofle

G C G G D G twice  F C G

G                Bm              C                G  
I never meant to leave her, my intentions were to stay
G                 Bm              C                 D
It wasn't nothing she had done or nothing she could say
               G            Bm                 C                     G   
To change this old familiar feeling that makes chills run through my skin
     G                    Bm                 C                D
Less she read my mind and saw the signs that point around the bend
              G               Bm                 C            G
My toothbrush never leaves my pocket, there's no anchor on my feet
      G                 Bm                C             D 
If my sleepin' bag gets dusty and there's not enough to eat
      G             Bm         C            G 
I may stay an extra day till I find another town
        G                 Bm            C         D             G
You can bet there's not a lady that can slow this freight train down

            F      C      G        F       C     G
And I'll be moving in the morning, leaving you behind
   F  C          G               A7                  D
If anyone should ask you you can tell them they will find
         G                Bm             C             D
Somebody walking down the highway with a guitar in his hand
         G            Bm           C         D        G 
And I'll always be remembered as a free born rambling man


Lord tell the children when they find me that I died but not in vain
They can find reincarnation in the whistle of a train
And each time they hear the whistle blow through the stillness of the land
They'll know that I was happy as a free born rambling man

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