More about Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
A Bluegrass standard.
Learn how to play Blue Ridge Mountain Blues from a very basic level. With the beginner tab you’ll learn the melody of this song. Using this tab is a great way to set a solid foundation for your development on the mandolin. After you have completed the beginner version get cracking on the intermediate and advanced versions of Blue Ridge Mountain Blues tabs. These arrangements still follow the melody line but a little more technique is required to get them down.
Use Tunefox’s unique practice tools to take your playing up a notch or two. The tempo slider allows you to set the perfect tempo for your practice, depending on your goals. Work up to your ideal speed for the song using the Speed Up tool and once you’re ready to commit Blue Ridge Mountain Blues tab to memory, use Memory Train to gradually hide the notes in the song each time it loops.
Want to learn how to improvise over Blue Ridge Mountain Blues on mandolin? Use the Tunefox Lick Switcher to change some of the measures into different style licks. You can basically create your own arrangement of the song, depending on what you want to learn. Pretty cool! If you want to randomly shuffle the licks in the song, go down to the bottom toolbar and click on Shuffle Licks.
All 1 Blue Ridge Mountain Blues mandolin tabs include backing tracks, so you can change the volume of a mandolin, band or metronome to suit your liking.
Members can also export all of their arrangements into PDF files.
Blue Ridge Mountain Blues lyrics
When I was young and in my prime I left my home in Caroline Now all I do is sit and pine For all the folks I left behind I’ve got them Blue Ridge Mountain blues And I stand right here and say My grip is packed to travel and I’m scratchin’ gravel For that Blue Ridge far away Well I’m gonna stay right by my Pa And I’m gonna do right by my Ma I’ll hang around that cabin door No work or worry anymore I’ve got them Blue Ridge Mountain blues Gonna see my old dog Trey Gonna hunt the possum where the corn tops blossom On that Blue Ridge far away Now I see a window with a light I see two heads of snowy white It seems I hear them both recite Where is my wandering boy tonight I’ve got those Blue Ridge Mountain blues And I stand right here to say Every day I’m counting ’til I find that mountain On that blue ridge far away