The Girl In The Blue Velvet Band
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The Girl In The Blue Velvet Band Recorded by Mac Wiseman Written by Mel Foree and Cliff Carlisle [3/4 time]
C G7 C One evening while out for a ramble F C The hour was just about nine F C I met a young maiden in Frisco G7 C On the corner of Cherry and Pine
G7 C On her face there was beauty of nature F C And her eyes seem to expand F C Her hair so rich and so brilliant G7 C Was entwined in a blue velvet band G7 C We strolled down the street together F C In my pocket she placed her small hand F C She planted the evidence on me G7 C A diamond that was worth ten grand
G7 C Well I heard the scream of the sirens F C And the girl in the blue velvet band F C She left me to face all the troubles G7 C With a diamond that was worth ten grand
G7 C They sent me to San Quentin for stealing F C God knows I'm an innocent man F C But the guilty one now she lies dying G7 C My girl in the blue velvet band
G7 C At night when bedtime is ringing F C I stand looking out through the bars F C I fancy I hear her voice calling G7 C Far out on that ocean of stars
G7 C I'll be out in a week and I'm leaving F C But I'll carry that name of a man F C Who spent ten years in prison G7 C For the girl in the blue velvet band
G7 C When I get out I will endeavor F C To live in some far distant land F C I’ll bid farewell to old Frisco G7 C And the girl in the blue velvet band
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