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your personal use only, this is a beautiful song written by Gordon
Lightfoot and recorded by Glen Campbell.
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The Last Time I Saw Her Face Recorded by Glen Campbell Written by Gordon Lightfoot
C Dm The last time I saw her face G7 C Her eyes were bathed in starlight and her hair hung long Dm The last time she spoke to me G7 C Her lips were like the scented flowers inside a rain-drenched forest F G7 F C But that was so long ago that I can scarcely feel Dm G7 C The way I felt before and if time could heal the wounds F G7 I would tear the threads away that I might bleed some more
C Dm The last time I walked with her G7 F G7 Her laughter was the steeple bells that ring to greet the morning sun F G7 F G7 A voice that called to everyone to love the ground we walked upon C Those were her good days
Dm The last time I held her hand G7 C Her touch was autumn spring and summer and winter too Dm The last time I let go of her G7 F G7 She walked away into the night I lost her in the misty streets F G7 F G7 A thousand months a thousand years when other lips will kiss her eyes F G7 C A million miles beyond the moon that's where she is
Dm The last time I saw her face G7 C Her eyes were bathed in sadness and she walked alone Dm The last time she kissed my cheek G7 F G7 Her lips were like the wilted leaves upon the autumn covered hills F G7 F G7 Resting on the frozen ground the seeds of love lie cold and still F G7 C Beneath a battered marking stone it lies forgotten
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