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Run For The Roses lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use
only, it's a very good country song recorded by Cal Smith.
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One Run For The Roses Recorded by Cal Smith Written by Jerry Chesnut
C C7 Talk with me a little while walk with me one more mile F C Meantime I’ll pretend the world’s all clover G7 Am Try to think of something we can say to make it better G7 D7 G7 Nothing to remind me it’s all over
C C7 I feel as though I’ve ran a race here I am in second place F C It’s no secret everybody knows it F C F So pour my wine in a silver cup one more time then hang it up C G7 F C And this will be my one run for the ro-ses
C7 Wishing on the one hand I could look at love like you can F C And take it with a little grain of salt G7 Am Knowing on the other hand I’d never love this much again G7 D7 G7 Or maybe I could simply laugh it off
C C7 I may find somebody new stop my soul from wanting you F C I could try but baby I don’t know this F C F How could I love daffodils when scarlet pedals always will C G7 F C Remind me of my one run for the ro-ses
G7 F If we should meet again can I pretend C I’m just someone who barely knows you G7 Am With time alone on my side I’ll leave an awful lot of pride G7 D7 G7 And finally play the part I’m suppose to
C C7 Now I take what’s left of me try to bow out gracefully F C Hoping your new love won’t even notice F C F One day I may learn to live with violets and daffodils C G7 F Knowing I made one run for the roses C G7 F C And this will be my one run for the ro-ses
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