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Blond Boy Grut And The Groans - Rose Of Sharon ukulele

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Rose of Sharon
Blond Boy Grunt and the Groans
Bob Hill

Intro:  C-G

C                   G
Well the road was hard
            C
Times were tough
    F                      C
Not beyond the point of caring
G               Am                
In the night a flower bloomed
G                            C
And her name was Rose of Sharon

What could she do
What could she do
Well she could not look away
When she looked to her mother's eyes
There were no words to say

So much loss
So much pain
Was this whole world in vain
Like a candle burning in the dark
Or a rose on a cold gray day

She saw her mother
Talking with the children
Saying there'll be more good times
Rose of Sharon she looked beyond
With such a mysterious smile

Well the road was hard
Times were tough
Not beyond the point of caring
She was a flower blooming in the dark
And her name was Rose of Sharon

C            G
She lost it all
            Am
She never stopped caring
G                            C
And her name was Rose of Sharon

            
            
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