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    Slow Rollin’ Low

    Waylon Jennings.

     

    Use blues shuffle

     

    Intro:  / A - - - / - - - - / D/A - - - / - - - - /

               / E - - - / - - - - / A - - - / - - - - /           X2

     

                                    A (2)

    I got a slow rollin' low

                                         D/A (2)

    Ain't a mother would want me

                             E (2)

    Done got me so down, bent out of round

                                                A (2)

    Don't know my head from my toes

     

                                    A (2)

    Ain't a hand here to hold

                                         D/A (2)

    Ain't a shoulder to cry on

                             E (2)

    Ain't a lesson to learn or a corner to turn

                                     A (2)

    ‘Twixt the dyin' and me

     

                               D/A (2)

    Lord, I wanted to be

                                        A (2)

    Something you could depend on

                                    D/A (2)

    Lawdy, Lawd, woe is me

                                 E (2, hold 2nd measure)

    Ain't a body would care

     

                                    A (2)

    I got a slow rollin' low

                                         D/A (2)

    Forgot the words to my song

                                   E (2)

    Ain't that just like a fool to want a ride on them trains

                                     A (2)

    When the train is all gone

     

    3 Instrumental Verses (use intro progression)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


    This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.