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Rose Maddox – At The First Fall Of Snow lyrics

I talked with a stranger so sad and forlorn
His garments were wrinkled all tattered and town
He told me a story of sorrow and woe his heart met to heaven at the first fall of snow
He spoke of his angel a dear baby girl he loved every footstep he loved every curle
But she went to heaven just one year ago
The angels came for her at the first fall of snow
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He still have the dolly that she used to love
He held and caressed it and gazed up above
He whispered my darling you're waiting I know
I'll bring you your dolly at the first fall of snow
I just couldn't tell him how I'd felt inside I patted his shoulder my feelings to hide
He smiled as we partred but he didn't know
That we lost our darling at the first fall of snow



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