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  1. Manchester Rambler Lyrics: I've been over Snowdon, I've slept upon Crowden / I've camped by the Wainstones as well / I've sunbathed on Kinder, been burned to a cinder / And many more things I can.
  2. "The Manchester Rambler", also known as "I'm a Rambler" and "The Rambler's Song", is a song written by the English folk singer Ewan MacColl. It was inspired by his participation in the Kinder trespass, a protest by the urban Young Communist League of Manchester, and was the work that began MacColl's career as a singer-songwriter.
  3. "The Manchester Rambler" I've been over Snowdon, I've slept upon Crowdon I've camped by the Waynestones as well I've sunbathed on Kinder, been burned to a cinder And many more things I can tell My rucksack has oft been me pillow The heather has oft .
  4. Jul 25,  · Lyrics for Manchester Rambler by The Houghton Weavers Well I've been over Snowdon, I've camped upon Crowdon, And slept by the wayside as well, I've sunbathed on Kinder, been burned to a cinder, And many more tales I can tell.
  5. Ewan Maccoll The Manchester Rambler lyrics & video: I'm a rambler, I'm a rambler from Manchester way I get all my pleasure the hard moorland way I may be a wage slave on Monda /10(6).
  6. Manchester Rambler was recorded by Ewan MacColl (Black And White - The Definitive Collection © Ewan MacColl Ltd).
  7. The Manchester Weekend Walkers is a Ramblers walking group set up at the beginning of We provide a programme of regular walks, socials and weekends away. The group is primarily for people in the middle of their working lives who enjoy walking.
  8. Mar 15,  · Capo on 5 for correct key = E Intro = C G C Verse 1 C I've been over Snowdon, I've slept upon Crowdon G I've camped by the Waynestones as well I've sunbathed on Kinder, been burned to a cinder C And many more things I can tell G My rucksack has oft been me pillow C The heather has oft been me bed G And sooner than part from the mountains C I think I would rather be dead Chorus C G .
  9. Simon Stein – Manchester Rambler I've been over Snowdon, I've slept upon Crowdon I've camped by the Waynestones as well I've sunbathed on Kinder, been burned to a cinder And many more things I can tell My rucksack has oft been my .

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