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Emmylou Harris - How She Could Sing The Wildwood Flower Chords

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How She Could Sing The Wildwood Flower Chords

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Emmylou Harris
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                C                               F
How she could sing the Wildwood Flower
      C                          G7
The orphan girl he would love so long
       C                                 F
In the end he knew she'd been his finest hour
    C               G7          C
And all he has left of her is a song


He first saw her standing by a cabin door
                                       G7         C
Her song was ringing out in a voice so strong and sure

To the lonesome valley he'd bring her there to be his bride
                                 G7             C
Where they would live and work together side by side


She was his sunshine she was his moon and morning star
                                 G7            C
His words would ring true on the chords of her guitar

But he was driven and lost to her for days and days
                                 G7            C
Till the lonesome valley finally drove her far away

Repeat #1


We all cling to as the years keep rolling on
                        G7                   C
One single promise of a love that's past and gone

And that lonesome valley we all walk it by ourselves
                               G7            C
Where the Wildwood Flower is a story we will tell

Repeat #1

                                F
How she could sing the Wildwood Flower
    C            G7          C
All we have left of her is a song            
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