Hitch-Hiker
Written by Dick Reicheg & Eric Weissberg
Chord-chart by Lynn Lewis

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1.

|G / / / |Am / / / | Well won't some-body stop and give a - poor boy a ride, C / / / |D / / The night time will be coming soon and it's getting cold out-side, / |G / / / |Em / / / And my hand is getting numb - from sticking out my thumb, |C / / / |D / / But if I can just keep moving on then I'll be satis-fied.

chorus:

/ |G / / / |C / A / 'cos I'm a - hitch - hiker, I'm a boy with-out a home, |D / / / |G / / A suitcase and my old gui-tar are the only things I own, / |G / / / |Am / / / And though I've tried to settle down - in lots of little old towns, |Bm / Em / |D / |G / / / |/ / / / | The only time I'm happy - is when I'm rambling 'round.

2.

You might find me on the freeway or on route sixty-six, With nothing in my pockets 'cept my old guitar picks, And I'd be glad to sing a song if you'll just take me along, But if you don't like my singing, we can just talk politics.

chorus:

3.

I first started on my rambling ways about ten years ago, To try and learn about the things that every man should know, But the more that I see, the more I want to be free, To settle down and be satisfied ain't good enough for me.

chorus:

coda:

Yes, the only time I'm happy is when I'm rambling 'round.


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