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Before The Cold Winds Blow Recorded by Blue Highway Written by Wayne Taylor
C F C The weather finally broke in the middle of April F C G7 Jacob loaded up his wagon with last years furs C G7 F C He’d have to make the trip alone cause it would be too risky G7 F G7 For his pretty wife Sarah and the unborn child C She carried with her
F C It took three weeks to reach the Mississippi River G7 F G7 And he turned south toward New Orleans C For a boy from the mountains G7 F C It was easy to get caught up F In the sights and sounds of the city G7 C And the things he’d never seen
F C And the river rolls on like an endless river F G7 The sun light glistens on the rocks below F G7 C He can hear her voice in the rippling water F G7 C Saying please be home before the cold winds blow
F C He fell in with a bad companion G7 F G7 Said give me your money or I’ll take your life C G7 F C Jacob drew his pistol and in less than a heart beat F The stranger lay dead on the floor G7 C And someone had to pay the price
F C And after three long years in a Louisiana prison G7 F C G7 C He stands on the hill that overlooks his farm G7 C F C With his woman by his side thanks God for his blessings F G7 C And most of all for the blonde hair child resting in his arms
F G7 C Yes he can hear her voice in the rippling water F G7 C Saying please be home before the cold winds blow
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