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A Poor Man's Roses
lyrics and chords

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A Poor Man's Roses lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's a beautiful song by Patsy Cline. With a bit of practice you can play this classic, use these lyrics with chords to help.

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A Poor Man's Roses
recorded by Patsy Cline
written by Bob Hillard & Milton Delugg

G7 C
I must make up my mind today
F
What to have what to hold
Em Dm
A poor man's roses
G7 C
Or a rich man's gold

G7 C
One's as wealthy as a king in a palace
F C
Though he's callous and cold
Em Dm
He may learn to give his heart for love
G7 C
Instead of buying it with gold

F
Then the poor man's roses
G7 C
Or the thrill when we kiss
D7 Fm
Will be memories of paradise
Dm7 G7 F
That I'll never miss

G7 C
And yet the hand that brings the rose tonight
F C
Is the hand I will hold
Em Dm
For the rose of love means more to me
G7 C
More than any rich man's gold

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Classic Country Music Lyrics home | Patsy Cline lyrics

This is an extraordinary ballad written by Bob Hillard & Milton Delugg, Patsy Cline recorded it for a monster hit. For most of us it will take a little practice, however, all the chords are doable, getting the timing correct is hardest part. Copy and paste A Poor Man's Roses lyrics and chords, it's a great song to have in your play book.

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