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Wagon Wheel  Old Crow Medicine Show

This is my first tab, I believe it is pretty good, all MY work and took a little while
to complete. PLEASE READ ALL TEXT!!! Here goes nothing...
Capo on the 2nd, 1st, or no capo, your choice.
(Tab in relative to your capo placement)
THE SONG IS ORIGONALLY PLAYED WITH IT ON 2ND!!!!
Standard Tuning
*LEGEND*
Slide Up : /
Slide Down: \
Hammer On : ^
Pull Off : *
Let Note Ring: (-)
Intro Chords: G - D - Em - C >> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gX1EP6mG-E
*I can get it right, it just take some getting used to comment if you need help
[G]Headed down south to the [D]land of the pines
I'm t[Em]humbin' my way into N[C]orth Caroline
[G]Starin' up the road
And pray to [D]God I see [C]headlights
I [G]made it down the coast in [D]seventeen hours
[Em]Pickin' me a bouquet of [C]dogwood flowers
And I'm a [G]hopin' to Raleigh
I can [D]see my baby to[C]night
So [G]rock me mama like a [D]wagon wheel
[Em]Rock me mama any[C]way you feel
[G]Hey,[D] mama [C]rock me
[G]Rock me mama like the [D]wind and the rain
[Em]Rock me mama like a [C]south-bound train
[G]Hey,[D] mama [C]rock me
(not too fast)
[G] [D] [Em] [C]  
 
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[G] [D] [Em] [C]  
 
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R[G]unnin' from the cold up[D] in New England
I was [Em]born to be a fiddler in an [C]old-time stringband
My [G]baby plays the guitar
[D]I pick a banjo [C]now
Oh, the [G]North country winters keep a [D]gettin' me now
Lost my [Em]money playin' poker so I [C]had to up and leave
But I [G]ain't a turnin' back
To [D]livin' that old life [C]no more
So [G]rock me mama like a [D]wagon wheel
[Em]Rock me mama any[C]way you feel
[G]Hey,[D] mama [C]rock me
[G]Rock me mama like the [D]wind and the rain
[Em]Rock me mama like a [C]south-bound train
[G]Hey,[D] mama [C]rock me
[(G)] [(D)]  
Walkin' to the south out of Roanoke
I caught a[(Em)] trucker out of Philly
Had a[(C)] nice long toke
But[(G)] he's a headed west from the[(D)] Cumberland Gap
To[(C)] Johnson City, Tennessee
And I [G]gotta get a move on [D]fit for the sun
I hear my [Em]baby callin' my name
And I [C]know that she's the only one
And [G]if I die in Raleigh
At [D]least I will die [C]free
So [G]rock me mama like a [D]wagon wheel
[Em]Rock me mama any[C]way you feel
[G]Hey,[D] mama [C]rock me
[G]Rock me mama like the [D]wind and the rain
[Em]Rock me mama like a [C]south-bound train
[G]Hey,[D] mama [C]rock me
OUTRO G
 
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*I love you Katie :)*

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