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Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's a fun up tempo song recorded by Hank Snow.
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Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship Recorded by Hank Snow Written by Johnny Masters
C F I know somewhere out in the world there is a gal for me G7 C I'd like to find and make you mine how happy we would be F We wouldn't need a moonlit night to sit outdoors and spoon G7 C 'Cause I would buy a rocket ship and take you to the moon
G7 C We would have our honeymoon on the rocket ship D7 G7 We would fly from star to star on our wedding trip C F You could make your wedding gown out of a big moonbeam G7 C Sprinkle stardust in your hair you'd be a perfect dream
F We'd sit on top of the universe with no one else around G7 C I'd reach right up and pick the stars and make you a pretty crown F I'd place it on your little head and kiss your smiling lips G7 C As we glided out through space upon the rocket ship
F Then we'd go strolling arm in arm along the milky way G7 C We would visit every planet on our wedding day F We would laugh and love sweetheart and you could be my wife G7 C We would find the land of love out there in paradise
G7 C We would have our honeymoon on the rocket ship D7 G7 We would fly from star to star on our wedding trip C F I'd take my old guitar along and we could softly croon G7 C On our journey through the sky and headed for the moon
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