A Flower Blooming in the Wildwood lyrics and chords
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A Flower Blooming in the Wildwood Recorded by Bill Harrell
G C One evening long ago as the sun was sinking low D7 G My true lover went to sail upon the sea C It was in the month of June when the roses were in bloom D7 G When he tucked me in his arms and said to me
You’re a flower that is blooming in the wildwood D7 A flower that is blooming there for me G C Sweeter than the morning dew and I’ll soon return to you D7 G You’re a flower that is blooming there for me
C A letter came to me from the captain on the sea D7 G That told me my darling was dead C Oh the shock and great surprise made the teardrops dim my eye D7 G When I thought about the last words that he said
C Now he can’t return to me he was drowned in the sea D7 G And has passed over life’s weary way C When it’s in the month of June and the roses are in bloom D7 G It seems that I can hear my lover say
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