This song, Wagon Wheel, is one of my all time favorites, as well as the only song i can successfully play on the guitar. It was blasting from the frat house as i was walking back from class. My heart was eased: cool people live here!
Intro: G D Em C G D C C G D Headed down south to the land of the pines Em C I'm thumbin my way outa North Caroline G D Staring up the road and (I) pray to God I see C head lights G D I made it down the coast in seventeen hours Em C pickin me a bouquet of dogwood flowers and I'm G D C hopin to Riley (?) I can see my baby tonight Chorus: G D Rock me mama like a wagon wheel Em C Rock me mama any way you feel G D C hey mama rock me G D rock me mama like the wind and the rain Em C rock me mama like a south bound train G D C hey mama rock me 2nd verse: runnin' from the cold up in New England i was born to be a fiddler in an old time string band my baby plays the guitar, i pick the banjo now oh north country winters keep-a gettin' me an'I lost my money playin' poker so i had to up and leave but i ain't turning back to live that old life no more repeat chorus 3rd verse: walkin' to the south out of Roanoake I caught a trucker out of Philly had a nice long toke but he's a-headed west from the Cumberland Gap Johnson City Tennessee i gotta get a move on fit for the sun i hear my baby callin my name and i know that she's the only one and if i die in Raleigh (?) at least i will die free repeat chorus