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I Told The Brook lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use
only, it's a very pretty country song written and recorded by Marty
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I Told The Brook Written and recorded by Marty Robbins
C Em F C I told the brook that runs down through the valley F G7 C A secret my best friend never knew Em F C The brook told the trees and the trees told the breeze Dm G7 That I was in love with you
C Em F C The trees told the flowers hiding there by the hilltop F G7 C The clouds told the moon that shone above F C Am So angry yet blue when they found out that you C G7 C And your heart had another love
F Em F Em The brook became angry and changed to a river F Em Rushing so madly along F G7 C G7 The soft summer breeze that played tag with the trees F G7 C Became so wild and so strong
Em F C The bashful white flowers hiding there by the hilltop F G7 C Grew dark when the rain came pouring down F C Am Their hearts couldn't hide all the tears that were cried C G7 C And had carpeted on the ground
Em F C The storm passed on over there's sunshine again F G7 C The chains that held me are now gone Em F C The trees wave hello as I stand here below Dm G7 And the brook sings the sweetest song
C Em F C The bashful white flowers are again by the hilltop F G7 C The sun and the moon are still my friends F Em F I promise there'll be no more heartaches for me C G7 C Till I fall in love again
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