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Ramblin Rose
Ramblin Rose
(as recorded by Nat King ( Cole )

A    Adim    E7             A
Ram  blin'   Rose, Ramblin' Rose

        B9             E7    E7+5  E6  E7
Why you ramble, no one knows

 A   A9  Dadd9
Wild and windblown

           A             D/A  A
That's how you've grown

        Bm7       E7              A       D/A    A
Who can cling to,      a Ramblin' Rose

       E7         A
Ramble on, ramble on

          B9                E7  E7+5  E6  E7
When your ramblin' days are gone

A7  A9   D
Who will love you

        A
With a love true

          Bm7      E7          A        F7
When your ramblin'    days are gone

Bb    Bbdim  F7            Bb
Ramb  lin'   ose, Ramblin' Rose

      C9               F7
Why I want you, heaven knows

Bb   Bb9  Eb       Eb6  Eb        Bb
Tho' I    love you,        with a love true

        Cm7       F7           Bb   Eb/Bb           Bb
Who can cling to    a Ramblin' Rose  (one more time everybody now)

Bb   Bbdim F7             Bb
Ramb lin'  Rose, Ramblin' Rose

      C7               F7
Why I want you, heaven knows

Bb   Bb9  Eb               Bb        Bbsus4  Bb
Tho' I    love you, with a love true

        Cm7      F13   N.C.
Who can cling to           a Ramblin'


|Bb         Eb    Eb7     | Bb Bbadd9........
1     2     3     4        1    2     3    4
Rose


 
 
Nat King Cole - Ramblin Rose :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Ramblin Rose tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Ramblin Rose:

Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was a popular American jazz singer-songwriter and pianist.

Cole first came to prominence as a leading jazz pianist, then switched his emphasis to singing, becoming one of the most popular and best known vocalists of all time.[citation needed]

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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