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When the Roses Bloom Again  Johnny Cash

Recorded: July 8, 1963 Nashville, Tennessee
Source: The Essential Johnny Cash Vol. 2
Written: A. P. Carter
Johnny Cash:
[G]In the rattle of the battle came a whisper soft and low
[G]Fr[C]om a soldier who'd been wounded in the fray
"[G]I [C]am dying, Captin, dying and I pray before I go
Y[D7]ou [G]will give your promise ere I pass away"
The Carter Family:
[C]Do[G] not ask me dear to linger for I know not what to say
[G]Wh[C]en duty calls me to a foreign plain
[G]I [C]hope your heart will not be crying if I'm numbered 'mong the dying
I[D7]'ll[G] be with you when the roses bloom again
Johnny Cash:
Y[C]es[G] when the roses bloom again beside the River
[G]An[C]d the robin redbreast sings it's sweet refrain
The Carter Family:
A[G]s [C]in days of Old Lang Syne I'll be with you sweetheart mine
I[D7]'ll[G] be with you when the roses bloom again
The Carter Family:
Do not ask me dear to linger for I know not what to say
When duty calls me to a foreign plain
I hope your heart will not be crying if I numbered 'mong the dying
I'll be with you when the roses bloom again
Johnny Cash:
When the roses bloom again beside the River
And the robin redbreast sings it's sweet refrain
Johnny Cash & The Carter Family:
As in days of Old Lang Syne I'll be with you sweetheart mine
I'll be with you when the roses bloom again

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