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She Wore a Yellow Ribbon Lyrics

from Sing Along With Mitch

"She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" is track #9 on the album Sing Along With Mitch.
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'Round her neck she wore a yellow ribbon
She wore it in the springtime and in the month of May
And if you asked her why the heck she wore it
She wore it for her lover who was far, far away
Far away, far away
She wore it for her lover far away
'Round her neck she wore a yellow ribbon
She wore it for her lover
Who was far, far away

'Round the park
She walks a little baby
She walks him in the winter
And in the summer, so they say
And if you ask her
Why on earth she walks him
She walks him for her lover who is far, far away
Far away, far away
She walks him for her lover far away
'Round the park
She walks a little baby
She walks him for her lover
Who is far, far away

That boy, he is
A cunning little fellow
His birthday was a year ago
Late in the month of May
And if you ask him
Sonny, who's your daddy
He'll say, My dad's a cowboy
Who is far, far away
He'll say, My dad's a cowboy far away
And if you ask him
Sonny, who's your daddy
He'll say, My dad's a cowboy
Who is far, far away

Behind the door
Her father keeps a shotgun
It's loaded with a double dose
Of buckshot, so they say
And if you ask him,
Why the ammunition
He keeps it for that cowboy
Who is far, far away
Far away, far away
He keeps it for that cowboy far away
And if you ask him
Why the ammunition
He keeps it for that cowboy
Who is far, far away

Now on a grave
She lays a wreath of flowers
She lays it in the winter
And in the month of May
And if you ask her
Who the wreath's to honor
She'll say, "It's for my lover
Who has gone far away."
Far away, far away
She say, "It's for my lover far away."
And if you ask her
Who the wreath's to honor
She'll say, "It's for my lover
Who has gone far away."

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