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  9. The second most popular tune of this title is the "Rambling Rose" by Joseph McCarthy (not the infamous Joe McCarthy) and Joe Burke. The third is of unknown date, titled "Ramblin Rose" by Wilkin and Burch, recorded by Slim Whitman. A fourth song, dating from , is entitled "Marta (Rambling Rose of the Wildwood)" by Gilbert and Simons.

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