When The Roses Bloom Next Spring lyrics and chords
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When The Roses Bloom Next Spring Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Fletcher Jowers
G C Am It's an early frosty morning and the campfire's burning hot D7 G I can smell the coffee making in an old black outlaw pot C Am The old owl hoots the second time it'll soon be time to go D7 G It was cold out there on guard last night and it looks like it might snow
Em C G I'm up here in Montana and the folks are all so nice Em A7 D7 They call the land the big sky it's a cowboy's paradise G C Am But I miss my home in Texas and the one that waits for me D7 G I'll be going home to Jenny when the roses bloom next spring
C Am We're camped along the Yellowstone there's beauty everywhere D7 G The snow capped Bighorn Mountains tell me wintertime is near C Am The cattle all are doing well the grass is lush and high D7 G But today this cowboy is lonesome for the girl he left behind
C Am I hear the wild geese calling heading south in flight D7 G There's a chilly north wind blowing and the ground will soon be white C Am The wranglers got the ponies in they've all got winter hair D7 G The teams hitched to the wagon and no one has a care
C Am I miss my home in Texas and the one that waits for me D7 G I'll be going home to Jenny when the roses bloom next spring
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