About The Song

“I’m a Ramblin’ Man” is a classic country song performed by the legendary artist Waylon Jennings. Released in 1974, the song quickly became one of Jennings’ most iconic and enduring hits. Written by Ray Pennington, “I’m a Ramblin’ Man” features lyrics that convey the narrator’s restless spirit and love for the open road. With its upbeat tempo, lively instrumentation, and Jennings’ distinctive vocal delivery, the song captures the excitement and freedom of a life lived on the move. “I’m a Ramblin’ Man” resonated with audiences and climbed to the top of the country music charts, earning critical acclaim and commercial success. Its timeless appeal and universal themes of adventure and independence continue to make it a beloved favorite among fans of Waylon Jennings and country music alike.

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Lyrics

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I’ve been down to MississippiDown through New OrléansYes I haveI’ve played in CaliforniaThere ain’t too much I haven’t seenNo there ain’tLord, I’m a ramblin’ manDon’t fool around with a ramblin’ man
Left a girl in West VirginiaUp there where that green grass growsYes I didGot a girl in CincinnatiWaitin’ where the Ohio River flowsOh, girlI’m a ramblin’ manDon’t give your heart to a ramblin’ man
You better move awayYou’re standing too close to the plainOnce I mess with the ol’ mindYour little ol’ heart won’t be the sameBut I’m a ramblin’ manDon’t mess around within your ramblin’ manYou better not
Well, up in ChicagoI was known as quite a boyYes I wasDown in AlabamaThey call me the man of joyStill doWell, I’m a ramblin’ manDon’t fall in love with a ramblin’ man
You better move awayYou’re standing too close to the plainOnce I mess with the ol’ mindYour little ol’ heart won’t be the sameOh, I’m a ramblin’ manDon’t mess around with any ol’ ramblin’ man
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