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Buck Owens - Sweet Rosie Jones (Chord)
Album: The Very Best of Buck Owens, Vol 1 (1994)
Submitter: Ray Terry (80) on 10/12/07
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Sweet Rosie Jones
Buck Owens
CD  Very Best Of Buck Owens Vol. 1

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I met her out in Oklahoma 
                G              D
Down where the old Red River flows
            G              D 
I vowed my love to her forever 
               A                D
She was my sweet, sweet Rosie Jones.

D           
We walked alone down by the river 
             G               D
Just as the sun was sinking low
            G          D
And in her eyes I saw big trouble 
                 A            D
Like the muddy waters down below.

D              G        C         G
Her lips were soft and sweet as honey 
                         C        G  
Her hair was bright as yellow as gold
                         C     G
Her cheeks were red as summer roses 
                 D              G////A
She was my sweet, sweet Rosie Jones.

              D
And then one day a tall dark stranger 
               G              D
With hair as black as winter coal
            G                 D
Rode into town as night was falling 
              A             D
And there he met my Rosie Jones.

(Spoken)
I woke next morning just after sunup 
To find a note from my Rosie's hand
And it read I'd rather die than ever hurt you 
But I'm in love with that tall dark man.

So now I walk alone down by the river 
Where my sweet Rosie used to stroll
And soon I'm gonna join those deep dark waters 
For I can't live without Rosie Jones.

D              G         C       G
Her lips were soft and sweet as honey 
                         C       G 
Her hair was bright as yellow as gold
                         C     G 
Her cheeks were red as summer roses 
                    D           G
She was my sweet, sweet Rosie Jones... 

 
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