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Rosalee lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a good country song recorded by Bobby Bare.
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Rosalee Recorded by Bobby Bare Written by Billy Joe Shaver
G7 F G7 C As I lay here all alone I feel the darkness coming on F G7 It's too late to try to catch the sinking sun F G7 But the seasons of my mind C They're walking back through summertime F G7 When the sun was bright and our new love was blind
Dm Rosalee G7 C Won't you come and walk through summertime with me
G7 F G7 C At your mother's house tonight I kissed the sunshine of my life F G7 As I tucked him in his little baby bed F G7 When I turned to walk away C My thoughts ran back to yesterday F G7 When I held you close to me and softly said
Dm Rosalee G7 C I can see in him a part of you and me
G7 F G7 C At the market place today I overheard somebody say F G7 In three short weeks you'd marry my best friend F G7 But the seasons of your mind C Will walk again through summertime F G7 When you feel me in the touch of my son's hand
Dm Rosalee G7 C You'll be walking with the living end of me
G7 F G7 With my hand clutched to my head C They'll find me in this lonely bed F G7 Where you told me you were through with loving me F G7 Maybe then your seasons mind C Will walk again through summertime F G7 When our sun is shining six feet over me
Dm Rosalee G7 C Yes your leaving took the living out of me
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