Your Mother Still
Prays For You Jack lyrics and chords
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Your Mother Still Prays For You Jack Recorded by The Country Gentlemen Written by A.P. Carter
G C The night was dark and stormy D7 G The wind was howling wild C As an aged mother gazed upon D7 G The portrait of her child
C As she gazed on the baby’s features D7 G That once filled her heart with joy C He’s now in this wild world roaming D7 G That mother’s long lost boy
C Your mother still prays for you Jack D7 G Your mother still prays for you C In a home far over the ocean D7 G Your mother still prays for you
C At last there came a letter D7 G It was deeply edged in black C From a comrade long forgotten D7 G Who still remembered Jack
C They have lain your dear old mother D7 G In a grave so dark and cold C And she wants her boy who is roaming D7 G To meet her on the streets of gold
C His stony heart was broken D7 G As he thought of his mother dear C And in spite of his comrades laughing D7 G He could not keep back his tears
C In spite of the great temptations D7 G That once filled his heart with tears C So he started for Heaven that evening D7 G As sweetly the people did sing
C Your mother still prays for you Jack D7 G Your mother still prays for you C In a home far over the ocean D7 C G Your mother still prays for you
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