"Ramblinman" as written by and Forrest Richard Betts....
I can settle down and be doin' just fine
'Til I hear an old train rollin' down the line
Then I hurry straight home and pack
And if I didn't go
I believe I blow my stack
I love you baby
But you must understand
When the Lord made me
He made a ramblin' man

Some folks might say that I'm no good
That I wouldn't settle down if I could
But when that open road starts to calling me
There's something over the hill that I gotta see
Sometimes it's hard but you gotta understand
When the Lord made me
He made a ramblin' man

I love to see the towns crawling by
And to ride these rails 'neath God's blue sky
Let me travel this land
From the mountains to the sea
For that's the life
I believe he meant for me
And when I'm gone
And at my grave you stand
Just say God's called home your ramblin' man

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"Ramblinman" as written by Sr. Hank Williams

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