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Teardrops Falling In The Snow Recorded by Porter Wagoner
C F G7 C Page by page our lives are written in the Master's book above F G7 C Wonder if He makes an entry for each darling mother's love F C G7 Like the one I saw this morning enter though the station door C F G7 C She was crying softly crying teardrops falling in the snow
F G7 C As she came up to the window passing me I let her through F G7 C She was waiting for a casket one draped in red white and blue F C G7 Then she said I'll wait outside sir soon I know your train will blow C F G7 C I could see her through the window teardrops falling in the snow
F G7 C Then the whistle of the engine broke the silence of the air F G7 C As the train was slowly stopping upon her lips I saw a prayer F C G7 On the box there was a number and the name was right below C F G7 C As she looked upon the casket teardrops falling in the snow
F G7 C There's a new made grave a waiting and it's depths are dark and cold F G7 C Just to claim this mother's darling war for her has taken toll F C G7 But I'm sure they'll meet up yonder where God's children always go C F G7 C And I always will remember teardrops falling in the snow
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