Ramblin' Rose
by MC5

Album: Kick Out The Jams (1969)
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  • Love is like a Ramblin´ Rose
    The more you feed it
    The more it grows,
    Ramblin´Rose, Ramblin´Rose,
    Come on home

    Ramblin' Rose,
    Is such a ball
    Diamond rings
    And a Cadillac car,
    Ramblin´ Rose, Ramblin´ Rose
    Come on home

    Ramblin´ Rose
    Ramblin´ around,
    Ramblin´ Rose
    I´m gonna put you down
    Ramblin´ Rose, Ramblin´ Rose
    Come on home

    Love is like a Ramblin´ Rose
    The more you feed it,
    The more it grows
    Ramblin´ Rose, Ramblin´ Rose
    Come on home

    I need a Ramblin´ Rose
    Ramblin' Rose Writer/s: FRED B. BURCH, MARIJOHN WILKIN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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