Nora Lee lyrics and chords

The chords to Nora Lee are presented in the key of A. the lyrics are about a beautiful girl.

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A 
All 
 
be
 
side a  
B7 
small green hill,  
E7 
‘neath a rowan  
A 
tree
 
Sang a  
 
black bird  
B7 
low and sweet,  
E7 
sang of Nora  
A 
Lee
 
Nora  
C#7 
Lee 
 
 
 
Nora 
 
 
A7 
Lee 
 
 
D 
laughing 
 
 
Dm 
through the  
A 
fair
 
Spring time  
 
goes the  
B7 
way you walk and  
E(Bm7) 
swallows 
 
 
E7 
in the  
A 
air

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In your blush the rose was born
In your voice a song
Your soft eyes a bright blue star
Lost its light among

When the mistletoe is green
Midst the winter snows
Sunshine in your face is seen
In your cheeks the rose

Though beside the small green hill
No glad bird may sing
In my heart your song endures
Take my golden ring

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Nora Lee lyrics and chords print version

[A]All be[(F#m)]side a [B7]small green hill, [E7]‘neath a rowan [A]tree
Sang a [(F#m)]black bird [B7]low and sweet, [E7]sang of Nora [A]Lee
Nora [C#7]Lee [(F#m)]Nora [A7]Lee [D]laughing [Dm]through the [A]fair
Spring time [(F#7)]goes the [B7]way you walk and [E(Bm7)]swallows [E7]in the [A]air

In your blush the rose was born
In your voice a song
Your soft eyes a bright blue star
Lost its light among

When the mistletoe is green
Midst the winter snows
Sunshine in your face is seen
In your cheeks the rose

Though beside the small green hill
No glad bird may sing
In my heart your song endures
Take my golden ring

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