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Wagon Wheel  Jeremy McComb

Intro: G D Em C G D C.
Every Time You play The last C Play it twice
Strum Pattern: Down Down Up(Pause)up down
[G]Headed down south to t[D]he land of the pines,
[Em]thumbin my way into No[C]rth Caroline,
G D C (x2)
Staring at the road and pray to god i see headlights.
[G]So Rock me momma like a wa[D]gon wheel,
R[Em]ock me momma any wa[C]y yah feel,
G D C(x2)
hey... Hey momma rock me.
[G]Rock me momma like the wi[D]nd and the rain
[Em]Rock me momma like a south-[C]bound train
G D C(x2)
hey... hey momma rock me
*( Thats the chord progression for almost the whole song)*
Running from the cold up in new england,
I was listen to some fiddlin in this old time string band
My baby plays the guitar i pick the banjo now
This is the only part with a diffrent strum pattern, all you do is strum down on the note one time
[G]Walkin to the south outta roanoke,
caught a trucker outta philly had a nice long toke
but hes a headed west from the cumberland gap
to johnson city tennesee
now i got to get a move on pray for the sun
i hear my baby calling my name and i know that shes da only one
so if i die in religh at least i will die free

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