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Blue Eyed Boston Boy Recorded by Dwight McCall
G D7 C He was just a Blue Eyed Boston Boy G His voice was low with pain D7 C I'll do your bidding comrade mine G If you will do the same
D7 G But if you ride on and I should fall D7 You'll do as much for me C My mother at home is awaiting the news G So write to her tenderly
D7 C She's waiting at home like a patient Saint G Her pale face filled with woe D7 C Her heart will be broken when I am dead G I'll see her face no more
D7 G Just then the order came to charge D7 For a moment hand touched hand C They answered aye and on they rode G That brave and devoted band
D7 C Straight way was the course to the top of the hill G And the Rebels with shot and shell D7 C Plowed furrows of death through the toiling ranks G And guarded them as they fell
D7 G There soon came a horrible dying sound D7 From the heights they could not gain C And those that doom and death had spared G Rose slowly back again
D7 C But among the dead at the top of the hill G Lay the boy with the golden hair D7 C And the tall dark man who rode by his side G Lay still beside him there
D7 G There was no one to write to his blue eyed girl D7 The words that her lover had said C And mother at home is awaiting her son G She'll only find he's dead
D7 C While mother at home is awaiting her son G She'll only find he's dead
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