|Song by Nat King Cole
from the album Ramblin' Rose
|Writer||Noel Sherman and Joe Sherman|
"Ramblin' Rose" is a 1962 popular song written by brothers Noel and Joe Sherman and popularized by Nat King Cole. Cole's recording of the song was released by Capitol Records as catalog number 4804. It reached #2 on both the Billboard and Cash Box charts and sold over a million copies as a single. The song also spent five weeks at #1 on the Billboard Easy Listening chart, while on the R&B chart, the song reached #7. It was released as a single from Cole's album of the same name, which also was a million seller. The song was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Record of the Year.
The song has been covered by many artists, including two 1970s country music versions of the song: a version by Johnny Lee reached #37 on the Billboard country chart in 1977; the next year, singer Hank Snow's version charted at #93.