The Answer To The Blue Velvet Band lyrics and chords
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The Answer To The Blue Velvet Band Written and recorded by Hank Snow
C C7 F By an old willow tree in the churchyard C G7 On the banks of the old Rio Grande C C7 F Lies a loved one who died broken hearted C G7 C She was known as the Blue Velvet Band
C7 F She was called by the angels up yonder C G7 As the dew kissed the pale summer rose C C7 F As we stood there in silence beside her C G7 C These words to her lover did go
C7 F Dear Jack you mistrusted your darling C G7 You said that my love wasn't true C C7 F You've roamed o'er the wide open spaces C G7 C But my thoughts they were always of you
C7 F Now my last wish was once more to see you C G7 But they say you're in some foreign land C C7 F You're forgiveness is in this last message C G7 C From your heartbroken Blue Velvet Band
C7 F Far away o'er the lone western prairie C G7 Her message sped fast o'er the way C C7 F To the side of a bed where her cowboy C G7 C Was grieving his life fast away
C7 F Please grant a last wish boys and lay me C G7 Out west on that old Rio Grande C C7 F Neath that old willow tree in the churchyard C G7 C By my sweetheart the Blue Velvet Band
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