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Song Name: English Country Garden By: Jimmy Rogers
Posted By: aussie Difficulty: Beginner
Key: C Genre: General
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio:
Created: 2007-10-30 22:10:06 Modified: 2007-10-31 01:10:56
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Song: 1.
 7   7 7  -6-6   6  -5    5   5 -5  6  4
How many gentle flowers grow in an English 
 -4 -5  5-4  4
Country Gar-den
  7    7   7  -6  -6   6    6 -5   5   -4   5
I`ll tell you now of some that I know and those
-5  6  4  -4   -5    5-4  4
I miss I hope you`ll par-don
 7  7  7     -6     -7-6    6      7 7     7
Daffodils, hearts, season Flocks, meadow sweet
-6   -7 -6      6    7 7    -6-8  7   -7  -7-6
and lillies, Stocks,gentle lupin and tall holly 
  6     -6-7   7    7      -6    -6    6  6  -5
hocks, roses, Fox gloves, snow-drops, forget-me-
 5    5 -5  6  4    -4 -5  5-4  4  
nots in an English Country Gar-den
2.
How many insects find their home in an English
Country garden
I`ll tell you now of some that I know and those
I miss you`ll surely pardon
Dragon-flies, moths and bees, spiders falling
from the trees, butter-flies sway in the mild,
gentle breeze, there are Hedge-hogs that roam
and little gnomes in an English Country Garden
3.
How many song-birds make their nests in an 
English Country Garden
I`ll tell you now of some that I know and those
I miss you`ll surely pardon
Babbling coo-cooing doves,Robins and the warbling
Thrush blue-bird,lark, finch and nighting-gale,
We all smile in the spring when the birds begin
to sing, in an English Country Garden

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