"Pin A Rose On Me" as written by and Kim Richey Charles Prophet....
Look at you, knocking at my door
What he'd do he hasn't done before
It's the same old sorry song and dance
You're always good for one more chance
Well look at you, knocking at my door

You saw a light, I saw a freight train coming
I tried to tell you he was no damn good
You heard bells, I heard the hammer falling
He ran you down like I said he would

[Chorus]
Baby, pin a rose on me
Baby, pin a rose on me
Baby, pin a rose on me

It's a heavy load, it's a trail of tears
And it's a dead end line that drops you here
And it tears me up to see you brought back to him
When you don't want to have it but I long to give
It's a heavy load, it's a trail of tears

You saw a light, I saw a freight train coming
I tried to tell you he was no damn good
You heard the bells, I heard the hammer falling
He ran you down like I said he would

[Chorus]

You saw a light, I saw a freight train coming
I tried to tell you he was no damn good
You heard the bells, I heard the hammer falling
He ran you down like I said he would

[Chorus]

Baby, pin a rose on me
Baby, pin a rose on me


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"Pin a Rose on Me" as written by Kim Richey Charles Prophet

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