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Dolly And Hawkeye  Lee Hazlewood

[G]   [C]She'll be thirty two in [G]July [C]and she's only known one [D]man
[C]A blue-eyed talker name of [G]Hawkeye, [C]sometimes he sold pots and [D]pans
[C]He came to her house late one [G]summer [C]when she was ripe and twenty [D]two
[C]He stayed awhile with her that [G]summer [C]and if he left we never [D]knew

And he [C]called her [G]Dolly, and he [C]called her [G]Dolly
And he [C]called...., called her [G]Dolly

She hasn't spoken since that summer, her hair has turned a silver grey
Her eyes turned yellow like the roses she weeds and waters everyday
And people come to buy the roses but sell them one she will not do
She sits there in her six foot garden and counts the roses two-by-two


One day a man came by to see her, he said he was Hawkeye's best friend
He wondered had she'd seen old Hawkeye her yellows eyes smiled up at him
She turned and walked down to her garden and picked two roses of her choice
And when she gave em to the stranger he thought he heard old Hawkeye's voice


by: José Duarte

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