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Railroad Bill Tabs (ver.1)

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Railroad Bill Tabs (ver.1)

Ramblin Jack Elliott
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                        Railroad Bill - Ramblin' Jack Elliott
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CAPO 4TH FRET
Tuning:Standard

fast but steady fingerpicking.....

         C/g          C/g               C/e         E           E7
e|-------3------------3-------3-----3-1-0-----------0---------------0-------|
B|---------------1------------------------------1-----------0---3-------3---|
G|-----------0--------------------0---------0-----------1-------------------|
D|---------2-------2------------2---------2-------2---2-------2---2-------2-|
A|---0-2-3-----3------3---0-2-3-----3-3-3-----3-----------2-----2-----2-----|
E|-3--------------------3---------------------------0-----------------------|
         
   F                     C/e         G             C
e|-----------------------0---------------------------------3--|
B|-1-------1---1h3-1-------------1-----0-------0---1----------|
G|-----2-------------2-------0-------------0------------------|
D|---3-------3---------3---2-------2-----0-------0------------|
A|-0-----0-----0---------3-----3-------------2-----3---0-2-3--|...repeats
E|-----------------------------------3---------------3--------|

C/g            C/g      C/e
Railroad Bill, Railroad Bill
E         E7              F
Hes never worked lord and he never will
C/e   G     C
ride, ride, ride

Railroad Bill's a mighty mean man
Shot the light out of the poor brakeman's hand

Railroad Bill, up on a hill
Lightin' a seegar with a ten-dollar bill.

Railroad Bill took my wife,
If I didn't like it, gonna take my life.

Goin' on a mountain, goin' out west
Thirty-eight special stickin' out of my vest.

..there are many more verses to this song, you can just look them up
            
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