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Dylan Bob, Roving Gambler Chords (ver.1)

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Roving Gambler Chords (ver.1)

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                ROVING GAMBLER
as performed by Bob Dylan on the "Love Sick" single

standard tuning

G
I am a rovin' gambler, I've gambled all around
                      
Wherever I meet with a deck of cards
  C            G
I lay my money down
                             (C)   G
(I Lay my money down; Lay my money down.) 
  

I gambled up in Washington, gambled over in Spain
I'm on my way to Frisco town 
to knock down my last game
(knock down my last game; knock down my last game)

I had not been in 'Frisco, many more days than three
I fell in love with a pretty little girl
And she fell in love with me
(Fell in love with me; Fell in love with me.)

She took me in her parlor, she cooled me with a fan
She whispered low in her mama's ear
"I love this gamblin' man."
("Love this gamelin' man."; "Love this gamblin' man.")

"Daughter, Oh! dear daughter, how could you treat me so?
And leave your dear old mother
And with a gambler go?"
("With a gambler go?"; "With a gambler go?")

"Mother, Oh dear mother, I'll tell you if I can
If you ever see my face again, 
I'll be with the gamblin' man"
("be with the gamblin' man"; "be with the gamblin' man")

I left her in 'Frisco, I went up to Maine
then I met with a gamblin' man
and then we got into a poker game
(Got into a poker game; We got into a poker game.)

He put some money in the pot, passed the cards around
I saw him deal from the bottom of the deck
So I shot the gambler down
(Shot the gambler down; Shot the gambler down.)

Now I'm down in prison, I got a number for a name
The warden said as he closed the door
You've gambled your last game
(Gambled your last game; Gambled your last game.)
            
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