Memories An Old Picture And A Ring lyrics and chords
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Memories An Old Picture And A Ring Written and recorded by Dick Curless
C C7 F I'm far away from my homeland out across the sea G7 C A place they call Vietnam in a fight for liberty C7 F My only hope that I may return is strength in God in prayer G7 C It's the one and only precious thing that'll bring me safe back there
F C I had to leave my darling wife who soon a child would bring F But all she has to help her now C G7 C Are old memories and old picture and a ring
C7 F Memories of our love so fine will ease the pain somehow G7 C Of all our hopes and little dreams and all those little vows C7 F For better or for worse we said those words so right so true G7 C We'll stick together till the end we can do it me and you
F C The picture that I have of you old sweet thoughts it does bring F Although it's soiled and wrinkled now C G7 C I still have those memories and old picture and a ring
C7 F The golden ring is on my hand it has been since that day G7 C I wear it dear with faith and pride and that I'm proud to say C7 F For you're the only one I love and our baby and he's there G7 C I long to see his big blue eyes and his mommies waving hair
F C Tell him daddy's gone away when he does return he'll bring F Something nice and sweet for him C G7 C Beside those memories and old picture and a ring
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