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My Nova Scotia Home Written and recorded by Hank Snow
C G7 There's a place I'll always cherish neath the blue Atlantic skies C Where the shores down in Cape Breton bid the golden sun to rise F And the fragrance of the apple blossoms sprays the dew kissed lawns C G7 C Back in dear old Nova Scotia a place where I was born
G7 The Scotian and the Ocean Limited and the Maritime Express C Their mighty engines throbbing make their way towards the west F And the sturdy fishin' schooners sways so lazily to and fro C G7 C Nova Scotia is my sanctuary and I love it so
G7 For across the great Dominion I have traveled far and wide C Where the shores out in Vancouver kiss the blue Pacific tide
I have crossed the snowcapped Rockies F Saw the wheat fields' golden blaze C G7 C Headed back to Nova Scotia where contented cattle graze
G7 Where the pretty Robin Red Breast seeks its' loved ones in the trees C And the French dialect in old Quebec keeps callin' out to me F It seems to say beyond your way there's a welcome at the door C G7 C Where the kinfolks are a waiting on that gay Atlantic shore
G7 Down through beautiful New Brunswick and across the P.E.I. C To the rockbound coasts of Newfoundland I'll love them till I die F But if God came here on Earth with us and asked if He could rest C G7 C I'd take Him to my Nova Scotia home the place that I love best
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