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The Roving Gambler Recorded by Eddy Arnold Written by Elie Seigmeister
C Em C I am a roving gambler I've gambled all around Am F C Whenever I need with the deck of cards I lay my money down Em C I've gambled down in Washington I've gambled over in Spain Am F C I'm on my way to Tennessee to play in my last game
Em C I had not been in Washington many more weeks than three Am When I fell in love with a pretty little maid F C Who fell in love with me Em C She took me in her parlor she cooled me with her fan Am She whispered low in her mother's ear F C I love that gambling man
Em C Oh daughter oh dear daughter how could you treat me so Am F C To leave your dear old mother and with the gambler go Em C Oh mother my dear mother you know I love you well Am But the love I have for the gambling man F C No human tongue can tell
Em C I wouldn't marry a farmer he's always in the rain Am F C I wouldn't marry a railroad man who's always on a train Em C I wouldn't marry a doctor he's always gone from home Am F C All I want is the gambling man for he won’t leave me alone
Em C I hear the train it’s coming a coming round the curve Am F C A whistlin' and a blowin' and strainin' every nerve Am F C Oh mother oh dear mother I'll tell you if I can Am F C If you ever see me coming back I'll be with that gambling man
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