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There's A Little Box Of Pine Recorded by Hank Snow Written by Dedette Lee Hill and George "Funky" Brown
C F C A mother wrote a warden asking how much longer must I wait G7 Before you send my boy back home to me C F D7 For my eyes are growing dim and I’m longing for my Jim G7 C Please hurry up and let my boy go free
F C The warden read the letter a tear fell from his eye G7 Sitting down he wrote her this reply C F There’s a little box of pine on the 7:29 G7 C Bringing back a lost sheep to the fold F There’s a valley filled with tears as the train of sorrow nears G7 C The night is dark the world is growing cold
G7 There he’s taking his last ride C A7 Down the trail no more he’ll roam D7 On his face there is a smile G7 He knows he’s going home C F There’s a little box of pine on the 7:29 G7 C Bringing back a lost sheep to the fold
F C The church was filled with people as the organ softly played G7 And on their knees the congregation prayed C F D7 As they softly sang a hymn for poor widow’s Jim G7 C He’s happy for he’s going home to stay
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