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Wagon Wheel  Old Crow Medicine Show



I'm [G]headed down South to the land of[D] the pines
I'm [Em]thumbing my way to [C]North Caroline
Sta[G]ring at the road and [D]pray to God I see h[C]eadlights  [C]
I m[G]ade it down the coast in seventeen hours[D]
[Em]Picking me a bouquet of[C] dogwood flowers
And I'm [G]hoping for Raleigh; [D]I can see my baby [C]tonight  [C]
(Chorus)
So, [G]Rock me mama like a wago[D]n wheel
[Em]Rock me mama any [C]way you feel
[G]Heyeeeeeeeee[D]eeeee mama [C]Rock me    [C]
[G]Rock me mama like the wind and [D]the rain
[Em]Rock me mama like a[C] south bound train
[G]Heyeeeeeeeee[D]eeeee mama [C]Rock me    [C]

A, E, F#m, D
A, E, D

Running from the cold, up in New England
I was born to be a fiddler in an old town string band
My baby plays the guitar; I pick a banjo now

Ahh, the North Country winters keep a getting down
Lost my money playing poker so I had up and leave
But I ain't a turning back, living that old life no more

(Chorus)

A, E, F#m, D
A, E, D (2x)

Walking to the South out of Roanoke
I caught a trucker out of Phillie; had a nice long toke
But he's a headed west from the Cumberland Gap
Johnson City, Tennessee

Now I gotta get a move on, Pay for the sun
I hear my baby calling money and I know that she�s the only one
And if I die in Raleigh, least I will die free

(Chorus)


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PeteTheChief (report)

Interesting punctuation marks, what's that all about?

Mojo5 (report)

Old Crow plays this song in A
Capo 2 for the key of G chord progression.