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Heartbreak Hill lyrics and chords

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Heartbreak Hill lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a beautiful love song recorded by Slim Whitman.

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Heartbreak Hill
Recorded by Slim Whitman [3/4 time]

C G7
There’s a place in the mountains where the moon never shines
C
The shadows creep over forget-me-not vines
G7
A rose never blooms there and birds never trill
C
It’s a place lonely lovers call heartbreak hill

G7
With a sigh and a cry the tears fall like rain
C
The echo’s are vowels that were spoken in vain
C7 F
So tell me you love and you always will
C G7 C
Then I know I won’t travel to heartbreak hill

G7
With a sigh and a cry the tears fall like rain
C
The echo’s are vowels that were spoken in vain
C7 F
So tell me you love and you always will
C G7 C
Then I know I won’t travel to heartbreak hill

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Heartbreak Hill lyrics and chords

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