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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > trying to find an old song i dont know the name of it
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Author: priscilla
Posted: Jan 18 2003 - 04:23 PM
Subject: trying to find an old song i dont know the name of it
in a little village down in kentucky,where the sweet purfume of violets fill the air,stood a fair young girl besure a boy so plucky, they were going to be wed while standing there,we will live just for each other and we'll do the best we can, theses words he softly wispered to his bride,and if anything should happen that i'm called from you awhile just remember dear i'm ever by yor side,the war came and took her loved one from her,,,,,,,, this is all i know of the song please help find the name of this song i have been looking for many years thank you
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