Don't Come Rollin'

written by Gene Clark
Douglas Dillard
Bernie Leadon

 

Dillard & Clark
Gene Clark        vocals/acoustic guitar/harmonica
Doug Dillard      banjo
Bernie Leadon     guitar
David Jackson     bass
E D E D E
E                     D                    A                      E
Along your way have a better old time than what you ever did have before
E                              D                               B
But don't go walkin' if you're walkin' through the wrong front door
E                    D                       A                E
We can have love and peace if we want it's a state of mind no more
A                                 B                        E
And I ain't been lonely since you said you heard the word before
A               B                        E
You got to have all you want to let your mind swing free
A                       F#m                    B
You've got to have the time that'll let you be
E                           D                   A                   E
Now dressin' fine, drinking sparklin' wine baby ain't just exactly free
A                                  B                     E
So don't you come a rollin' if you think of rollin' over me
E                           D                          A
I've got a five dollar bill and I tell you that I feel like a time you
                         E
thought there never could be
E                              D                                   B
My old car ain't new but it'll take you where there's something to see
E                        D                      A                      E
Oh you can roll downtown I've been around and I know a thing or two to do
A                                 B                        E
I go a little bit slower 'cause I want to take a ride with you
A                          B            E
Now if you ever think you want a little taste we'll see
A                           F#m                        B
I'd fit you in forever if I thought that it ever could be
E                     D                      A                              E
Now talkin' trash and consumin' that hash is established that it should not be
A                                  B                     E
So don't you come a rollin' if you think of rollin' over me
SOLO
A               B                        E
You got to have all you want to let your mind swing free
A                       F#m                    B
You've got to have the time that'll let you be
E                           D                   A                   E
Now dressin' fine, drinking sparklin' wine baby ain't just exactly free
A                                  B                     E
So don't you come a rollin' if you think of rollin' over me
    A                               B                     E  D   E  D  E
Ah, don't you come a rollin' if you think of rollin' over me

 

 

From Dillard & Clark: The Fantastic Expedition of Dilllard and Clark