Legend Of The Robin's Red Breast lyrics and chords
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Legend Of The Robin's Red Breast Recorded by Cowboy Copas Written by Preston Blanche and Bradley Kincaid
G C G Oh have you heard this story it happened long ago C G A7 D7 When Christ our blessed Savior was here on earth below G C G An echo through the ages from distant Calvary C G D7 G I'll tell it to you simply as it was told to me
C G D7 G It breathes the blessed teaching of God's own holy word C G D7 G A lesson taught in meekness by a lowly little bird
C G When Jesus hung in sorrow our debt of shame to pay C G A7 D7 No one was there to comfort or wipe His tears away G C G A little bird flew near Him in sober coat of brown C G D7 G And gazed in tender pity then slowly fluttered down
C G With gentle wings it fanned Him to cool His aching head C G A7 D7 And hovered near His bosom all stained with deepest red G C G At last when all was ended as if to morn his loss C G D7 G It rose with blood stained feathers and circled around the cross
C G It flew away in sadness and to this day tis said C G A7 D7 It wears upon its bosom that stain of crimson red G C G When I shall cross the valley and go to seek my rest C G D7 G May I wear like the robin God's sign upon my breast
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