I Cried But My Tears Were Too Late lyrics and chords
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recorded by Hank Snow.
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I Cried But My Tears Were Too Late Written and recorded by Hank Snow
C G7 C One heart too many I have broken love dreams that faded and died G7 D7 G7 Too many teardrops have fallen too many vows cast aside C G7 C Soft wedding bells should be ringing for us in the chapel tonight F C But this morning they tolled and her bright band of gold D7 G7 Was returned with this message tonight
C G7 Your sweetheart has left us today C Heart broken God took her away F C That silk gown of white for her wedding tonight D7 G7 She wore as they laid her away
C G7 Though she died for a love all in vain C Her last words were calling your name F As I walked to her grave where the bluebonnets wave C G7 C I cried but my tears were too late
Tonight sweetheart as I kneel here alone beside you And my tears stain the flowers on your grave In deep regret I think of the heart that I have wounded Of the sorrow and grief and the life that I could have saved
Yes tonight darling you were to be my loving bride But all that I have left now as I bow to pray Is your ring a picture the sad message that they sent me And this rose that I am taking from your grave
C G7 Though she died for a love all in vain C Her last words were calling my name F As I walked to her grave where the bluebonnets wave C G7 C I cried but my tears were too late
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