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Bringing Mary Home lyrics and
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country song recorded by Red Sovine.
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Bringing Mary Home Recorded by Red Sovine Written by Joe Kingston and Chaw Monk
D7 C G I was driving down a lonely road on a dark and stormy night D7 C D7 When a little girl by the road side showed up in my headlights G D7 I stopped and she got in the back and in a shaky tone C A7 D7 G She said My name is Mary and please won't you take me home
D7 C G She must have been so frightened all alone there in the night D7 C D7 There was something strange about her cause her face was deathly white G D7 She sat so pale and quiet in the back seat all alone C A7 D7 G I never will forget the night that I took Mary home
D7 C G I pulled into the drive way where she told me to go D7 C D7 Got out to help her from the car and opened up the door G D7 But I just could not believe my eyes the back seat was bare C A7 D7 G I looked all around the car but Mary wasn't there
D7 C G A light shone from the porch a lady opened up the door D7 C D7 I asked about the little girl that I was looking for G D7 The lady gently smiled at me and brushed a tear away C A7 D7 G She said it sure was nice of you to go out of your way
D7 C G But thirteen years ago tonight in a wreck just down the road D7 C D7 Our darling Mary lost her life and we miss her so G D7 Oh thank you for your trouble and the kindness you have shown C A7 D7 G You're the thirteenth one that's been here bringing Mary home
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