"My Rose of Old Kentucky" as written by and Bill Monroe....
She bloomed for me near a little village
In a cabin on the hill
We made our vows to love each other
And I know we always will

She's my rose of old Kentucky
I watch her bloom as the years roll by
And I know there'll never be another
I love her till the day I die

In my dreams I can see you, darling
In a gingham dress you look so neat
I long to feel your arms around me
And to kiss your lips so sweet

She's my rose of old Kentucky
I watch her bloom as the years roll by
And I know there'll never be another
Gonna love her till the day I die

Since I left you in old Kentucky
I've missed your love and need you so
But from now on we're gonna be together
From your lovin' arms I'll never go

Yes, she's my rose of old Kentucky
I watch her bloom as the years roll by
And I know there'll never be another
Gonna love her till the day I die


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"My Rose of Old Kentucky" as written by Bill Monroe

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