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LAST LETTER HOME (David H. McDade / James H. Brown Jr.) Sam Bush Also recorded by : The Amazing Rhythm Aces; Burrito Deluxe; Gary Ferguson; The Gibson Brothers; Nothin' Fancy. I have heard the cannons thundering at night And I cannot help but wondering why the rebel's cause is right And the morphine seems to do no good at all I would run all the way if I would not fall. Bridge: And I dreamed of a rose in a Spanish garden And I kissed you as I placed it in your hair If I'm ever on my feet again I will I will run all the way just to meet you there Joined the southern cavalry for fun I have rode a thousand horses, always I had a way with a gun Now I'm among the horseless riders lying still Swallowed up by the cause on Widow's Hill Bridge: And I dreamed of a rose in a Spanish garden And I kissed you as I placed it in your hair If I'm ever on my feet again I will And I will run all the way just to meet you there Bridge: And I dreamed of a rose in a Spanish garden And I kissed you as I placed it in your hair If I'm ever on my feet again I will And I will run all the way just to meet you there (Transcribed by Nancy - April 2005)

    


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