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THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS

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Chanson datant de la guerre d'indépendance du Texas contre le Mexique (1836). Devenue ensuite l'un des hymnes des Confédérés pendant la guerre de Sécession.
Tonalité :

 G  There's a yellow rose in Texas that I am going to see
No  D7  other cowboy knows her nobody only me
She  G  cried so when I left her it like to broke her heart
And  C if we ever  G meet again we  D7 never more shall  G  part
 
 
 G  She's the sweetest rose of color this cowboy ever knew
Her  D7  eyes are bright as diamonds they sparkle like the dew
You may  G  talk about your dearest maids and sing of Rosalie
But the  C yellow rose of  G Texas beats the  D7 belles of Tennes G  see
 
 
 G  Where the Rio Grande is flowing and stars are shinning bright
We  D7  walked along together on a quiet summer night
She  G  said if you remember when we parted long ago
You  C promised to come  G back again and  D7 never leave me  G  so
 
 
 G  She's the sweetest rose of color this cowboy ever knew
Her  D7  eyes are bright as diamonds they sparkle like the dew
You may  G  talk about your dearest maids and sing of Rosalie
But the  C yellow rose of  G Texas beats the  D7 belles of Tennes G  see
 
 
 G  I'm going back to see her my heart is full of woe
We'll  D7  sing the song together we sang so long ago
We'll  G  pick the banjo gaily and sing the songs of yore
And the  C yellow rose of  G Texas will be  D7 mine for ever  G  more
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