Rollin' And Ramblin' (The Death Of Hank Williams)
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recorded by Emmylou Harris.
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Rollin' And Ramblin' (The Death Of Hank Williams) Recorded by Emmylou Harris Written by Robin Williams, Linda Williams, Jerome Clark
C G7 Folks in Nashville slammed the door C Said we don't want you anymore G7 C Find your own way down the road G7 Pack your fiddle and your guitar C Take a train or take a car G7 C Find someone else to keep you from the cold
F C Rollin' and ramblin' women loved him half to death G7 He sang with whiskey on his breath C His heart broke like a child's F C Rollin' and ramblin' the sun has set out on the trail G7 C The hobo's drifted up the rail he's taken his last ride
G7 Oh he always sang the blues C Like it was all he ever knew G7 C He didn't sing at all that night G7 He was pale and as he dozed C He didn't know his time was close G7 C Slumped in the back seat to the right
G7 So they sent him on a night train south C Through the cities and the rural routes G7 C Just one more place to go G7 Ah the whistle sang the bluest note C Like it came from his own throat G7 C Moanin' sad and cryin' low
F C Rollin' and ramblin' the sun has set out on the trail G7 C The hobo's drifted up the rail he's taken his last ride
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