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Blue River Rose lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
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My Blue River Rose Written and recorded by Hank Snow
C There are flowers that are rich there are flowers that are rare F C On the banks where the bright water flows F But the sweetest of all nature's flowers to bloom C G7 C Was my darling the Blue River Rose
G7 C Her eyes were the petals that glisten so bright G7 Her smile was the sunshine so fair C F And the heart of my beautiful Rose was as true C G7 C As her tears like the dew sprinkled there
In the bright month of June neath that old southern moon F C At the altar each promise we quote F But old fate played its part and soon broke the heart C G7 C Of my darling my Blue River Rose
G7 C Her father objected said think of our pride G7 We would never outlive such a crime C F There are plenty of men who are wealthy and then C G7 C Would be up in the world such as I
So they sent her away to some far distant land F C A vacation they told her 'twould be F When the leaves start to fall it is then we will call C G7 C And you may return o'er the sea
G7 C A year had passed on then the postman one morn G7 Brought a letter to me and it read C F The rose that once bloomed in your garden of love C G7 C Has all withered your darling is dead
Now I'm left all alone this old world I must roam F C How I'll face every care heaven knows F But each night by light stream I'll still meet her in dreams C G7 C My darling my Blue River Rose
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