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Yellow Roses lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's
a beautiful song by Marty Robbins. It's a bit more difficult than some
of Marty's songs, but it's doable with practice.
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Eighteen Yellow Roses recorded by Marty Robbins written by Bobby Darin
C G7 C Eighteen yellow roses came today G7 C Eighteen yellow roses in a pretty bouquet F When the boy came to the door C I didn't know what to say
G7 C G7 But eighteen yellow roses came today C G7 C G7 I opened up the card to see what it said C G7 C I couldn't believe my eyes when I had read F C Though you belong to another I love you anyway G7 C Yes eighteen yellow roses came today
Eb C I never doubted your love for a minute Eb C I always thought that you would be true Eb C But now this box and the flowers in it Eb F G7 I guess there's nothin' left for me to do
C G7 C G7 But ask to meet the boy that's done this thing C G7 C C7 And find out if he's got plans to buy you a ring F C 'Cause eighteen yellow roses will wilt and die one day G7 C But a father's love will never fade away
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beautiful song was written by Bobby Darin in 1963, he recorded it and
later Marty Robbins did. For most of us it became Marty's song, he did
a fabulous job with it. Copy and paste Eighteen Yellow Roses lyrics and chords, be patient, practice is necessary for most of us.