Im Tying The Leaves - Mel Hague - Im Tying The Leaves (Vinyl)

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  • Catching leaves as they began to fall Chorus: The leaves mustn't fall, oh no they mustn't fall I'm tying the leaves so they will stay I've lost my mom and dad Now sister's all I have Don't let the falling leaves take her away My sister's only seven, and she's sure a pretty thing As pretty as a picture on the wall.
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  • I'm Tying the Leaves So They Won't Come Down Sheet music – Import, by J. Fredric Helf (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" Author: J. Fredric Helf.
  • Oct 26,  · leaves Lyrics: Do you believe that? Do you believe that? / (Everything is okay) / Look at the screen, he not with the team / You know none of them live there / He smell like cold air, talking.
  • I'm Tying the Leaves (So They Won't Come Down) This song is by Grandpa Jones and appears on the album Sings Real Folk Songs (). Playmates were they, girl and lad. She's home today, lad feels sad. Doctor, he called, whispered low. When the first autumn leaves fall, then she must go. Lad, with a tear, climbs a tree.
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  • (D) Falling leaves that lie scattered on the (G) ground, The birds and (A7) flowers that were here cannot be (D) found. All the friends that he once knew are not (G) around. They're all (A7) scattered like the leaves upon the (D) ground. Some folks drift along through life and never thrill, To the feeling that a good deed brings until.

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