Traveling Down This Lonesome Roads
Written by Bill Monroe
Chord-chart by Lynn Lewis
Same chord progression for verse and chorus.

(G)

Transpose


chorus:

|G / / / |D / |G / / / I'm traveling down this lonesome road oh how I hate to go, |G / / / |G / |G / / / The wind and storms are raging high and it’s awful cold, |G / / / |/ / / / | My mind drifts back to you sweet-heart and I love you so, G / / / |D / |G / / /| Now you’ve gone and left me here to travel this lonesome road.

1.

|G / / / |D / |G / / / I remember dear not long a-go you said you’d be my own, |G / / / |G / |G / / / I never thought you’d go a-way and leave me all a-lone, |G / / / |C / G / The kind of love you had for me I find sweet-heart grows cold, |G / / / |D / |G / / / | For now you’ve gone and left me here to travel this lonesome road.

chorus:

2.

All I do is roam around and look for you my dear, I know I’ll search ten thousand miles oh how I need you here, You broke my heart you left me here now I’m growing old, Why did you go and leave me here to travel this lonesome road.

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