Lyrics to 'Ramblin' Gamblin' Man' by Bob Seger: Yeah, I'm gonna tell my tale come on Come on, give a listen Cause I was born lonely down by the riverside Learned to spin fortune wheels, and throw dice.
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The discography of Bob Seger, an American rock artist, includes 18 studio albums, two live albums, five compilation albums and more than 60 singles (including regional releases and collaborations).Bob Seger's albums have sold over 50 million copies and received seven multi-platinum, four Platinum and two Gold certifications by the RIAA.
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Ramblin' Gamblin' Man is the first studio album by American rock band the Bob Seger System, released in 1969 (see 1969 in music).The original title was Tales of Lucy Blue, hence the cover art.In the liner notes, Bob Seger says (sarcastically) he later realized Lucy Blue was Ramblin' Gamblin' Man, and so changed the title of the album.
Against the wind is one of the BEST songs from Bob Seger, and he is brilliant for creating such a master piece. For me bob was it late 70s and all of the 80s and to this day. The best ever. Every time I hear this song it brings me right back to my mid teens. As with almost all of Bobs songs, the lyrics are so real. I agree with another post.
Bob Seger released his first studio album in 1968 with Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man and he is still releasing albums in recent years. Seger’s popularity still holds strong today with high-selling tour ticket sales. Best Bob Seger Songs. Bob Seger song list curated by Matthew Campbell. 10. Mainstreet Released in 1977 On Album Night Moves.