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Amber Tresses lyrics and chords

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Amber Tresses lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country/bluegrass song recorded by Doyle Lawson.

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Amber Tresses
Recorded by Doyle Lawson
Written by A.P. Carter

C F C G7
Far away in some deep valley where the merry sunbeams play
C F G7 C
There I wandered through the clover singing to a village maid

G7 C G7 C
She was dearer than the dearest ever loving kind and true
F G7 C
And she wore beneath her bonnet amber tresses tied in blue

F C G7
Fate decreed that we be parted when the leaves of autumn fell
C F G7 C
Then two hearts were separated that had loved each other well

Repeat #2

F C G7
She was all I had to cherish ever loving kind and true
C F G7 C
Now I see in every vision amber tresses tied in blue

Repeat #2

F G7 C
And she wore beneath her bonnet amber tresses tied in blue

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