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Wedding Ring lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
this is a wonderful country song written and recorded by Hank Snow.
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The Broken Wedding Ring Written and recorded by Hank Snow [3/4 time]
C F C A cowboy with his sweetheart stood beneath a starlit sky F C D7 G7 Tomorrow he was leaving for the lonesome prairie wide C F C She said I'll be your loving bride when you return someday F C G7 C He handed her a broken ring and to her he did say
F C You'll find upon that ring sweetheart my name engraved in gold F C G7 C And I shall keep the other half which bears your name you know F C Three years have passed he did not come and Nell will wed tonight F C D7 G7 Her father said an Earl would make her happy home so bright C F C The lights were gaily glowing as they stood there side by side F C G7 C Let's drink a toast to this young man and to his lovely bride
F C Just then there stood within the door a figure tall and slim F C D7 G7 A handsome cowboy was their guest and slowly he walked in C F C I'll drink with you a toast said he and quickly in her glass F C G7 C He dropped a half of wedding ring then anxiously he watched
F C She tipped her glass and from her lips a ring fell shining bright F C D7 G7 The token she had longed to see lay there beneath the light C F C Though years have been between us dear love won our last long fight F C G7 C It's you my cowboy sweetheart and my Jack I'll wed tonight
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