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Are The Roses Not Blooming lyrics

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Judds – Are The Roses Not Blooming lyrics

Are the roses not blooming this morning?
Has the sun lost it's beautiful ray?
Have the children no reason for laughing?
Or my darling are you walking away?

Has the sky lost it's brilliant blue color?
Are the robins not singing today?
Has that river no reason for running?
Or, my darling, are you walking away?

Has my heart found a reason for breaking in two?
Have my eyes found a reason to cry?
Have my ears heard the voice of a stranger?
Or, my darling, are you saying goodbye?

Has the earth lost it's power for turning?
Has the winter decided to stay?
Are the roses not blooming this morning?
Or, my darling, are you walking away?

Are the roses not blooming this morning?
Or, my darling, are you walking away?
Or, my darling, are you walking away?



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