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Across The Border lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use, this is a pretty song recorded by Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou
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Across The Border recorded by Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris written by Bruce Springsteen
G Tonight my bag is packed C G Tomorrow I'll walk these tracks D7 G That will lead me across the border
Tomorrow my love and I C G Will sleep 'neath auburn skies D7 G Somewhere across the border
C We'll leave behind my dear D7 The pain and sadness we found here G C And we'll drink from the Brazos muddy waters G Where the sky grows gray and wide C G We'll meet on the other side D7 G There across the border
C For me you'll build a house G High up on a grassy hill D7 G Somewhere across the border
Where pain and memory C G Pain and memory have been stilled D7 G There across the border
C And sweet blossoms fill the air D7 Pastures of gold and green G C Roll down into cool clear waters G And in your arms 'neath the open skies C G I'll kiss the sorrow from your eyes D7 G There across the border
C Tonight we'll sing the songs D7 I'll dream of you my Corazon G C And tomorrow my heart will be strong G And may the saints blessing and grace C G Carry me safely into your arms D7 G There across the border
C For what are we D7 Without hope in our hearts G C That someday we'll drink from God's blessed waters G And eat the fruit from the vine C G I know love and fortune will be mine D7 G Somewhere across the border
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