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personal use only, this is a very good country song written and
recorded by Hank Locklin.
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The Last Look At Mother Written and recorded by Hank Locklin
G C G Of all the tragic scenes in life there's one I can't forget C G A7 D7 The memory of a little girl still lingers with me yet G C G The sad remarks I heard her say we're more than I could stand C G D7 G While she stood sadly pleading holding her daddy's hand
C G Let me have another look at mother D7 Daddy please oh let me have just one more look G C G Her little heart was breaking through tears oh how she sighed C G D7 G For one last look at mother please daddy please she cried
C G She didn't seem to understand why mother had to leave C G A7 D7 Her blinding tears were falling oh how my heart did grieve G C G Her little friends were standing by their hearts in sad despair# C G D7 G Each time she called to mommy oh please don't leave me here
C G Her daddy slowly picked her up and whispered words to her C G A7 D7 The sorrow he was hiding was more than he could bear G C G She held him tightly in her arms these words I heard her say C G D7 G Oh daddy we will miss her will she come back some day
C G Let me have a another look at mother D7 Daddy please oh let me have just one more look G C G Her little heart was breaking through tears oh how she cried C G D7 G For one last look at mother when they closed her inside
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