Blue Ridge Mountains Turning Green
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Blue Ridge Mountains Turning Green Recorded by Charley Pride Written by James Lunsford
G C D7 G Blue Ridge Mountains turning green D7 G Wanna go home again to see my mountain friends C D7 G Springtime opens up my heart D7 G Makes me want to share that good old mountain air
C D7 Life's so young and free for all C D7 For those who answer the Blue Ridge Mountain call G C D7 G Blue Ridge Mountains turning green D7 G I wanna go home again to see my mountain friends
C D7 G Sun-rise drinks the morning dew D7 G Walking on new plowed ground distant cowbells sound C D7 G Tall trees reach the misty blue D7 G All their leaves are green the shadows on a mountain stream
C D7 Dogwood and mountain laurel bloom C D7 A welcome mat for nature's living room G C D7 G Blue Ridge Mountains turning green D7 G Wanna go home again to see my mountain friends
C D7 G Night-time gathers in the crowd D7 G Listen to the children sing hear the banjos ring C D7 G Blue Ridge Mountain music sound D7 G Comes from lonely hill the song of a whippoorwill
C D7 Old time fiddles that I hear C D7 Playing the tune that I love so dear G C D7 G Blue Ridge Mountains calling me D7 G I wanna go home again to see my mountain friends C D7 G Blue Ridge Mountains turning green
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