Category: Classic Rock

Roll In My Sweet Babys Arms

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  1. Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms A Step By Step Lesson! Here's a new format for a lesson, we start by learning a simple melody, and add more licks "step by step"! Beginners can learn how to construct a bluegrass rolling melody, while more advanced players can work on keeping the melody prominent within their bluegrass licks!
  2. [C] Roll in my sweet baby's arms Roll in my sweet baby's [G7] arms [C] Lay round the shack Till the [F] mail train comes back And [G7] roll in my sweet baby's [C] arms harmonica/banjo breaks [C] I know your parents don't like me They turn me away from your [G7] door [C] If I had my life to [F] live over I [G7] wouldn't go there any [C] more [C.
  3. The song Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms was written by [Traditional] and was first recorded by Buster Carter and Preston Young in It was covered by Earl Taylor & Jim McCall with The Stoney Mountain Boys, The Perch Creek Family Jugband, Jim Eanes, Grassmasters and other artists.
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  5. Lyrics to 'Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms' by Flatt and Scruggs. Rollin' in my sweet baby's arms rollin' in my sweet baby's arms Lay around the shack till the mail train comes back I'm rollin' in my sweet baby's arms [ fiddle ] I ain't gonna work on the railroad I ain't gonna work on the farm.
  6. Dillard & Clark Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms written by Monroe Gene Clark acoustic guitar Sneaky Pete steel guitar Doug Dillard banjo/vocals Chris Hillman mandolin Byron Berline fiddle Bernie Leadon guitar David Jackson bass Jon Corneal drums Donn Washburn harmony/guitar A I ain't gonna work on the railroad E Ain't gonna work on the farm A LayA round the shack D Till the mail train comes back.
  7. (Both) Roll in my sweet baby's arms Roll in my sweet baby's arms I'll lay around this shack 'Til the mail train comes back An' I'll roll in my sweet baby's arms.

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