Foto do artista Barry Gibb

When The Roses Bloom Again

Barry Gibb


They were strolling through the gloaming
When the roses were in bloom.
A soldier and his sweetheart, wondered free.
And their hearts were filled with sorrow,
As their thoughts are of tomorrow,
And she stand a rose upon his coat of blue

"Do not ask my love to linger,
"For you know not what to say.
"When duty calls your voice, is all in vain.
"Let not your heart be crying,
"If I'm not amongst the dying.
"I'll be with you when the roses bloom again."

When the roses bloom again beside the river,
When the robin redbreast sings his sweet refrain.
And in the days of auld lang syne,
I'll be with you, sweetheart of mine.
I'll be with you when the roses bloom again.

In the rattle of the battle,
Came a whisper soft and low
From a soldier who'd been wounded in the fray
"I am dying,captain, dying
"And I know I'll have to go,
"But I want one promisse'er I pass away

"There's a far of distant river,
"Where the roses are in bloom,
"And a little girl is wainting all in vain.
"That's where I pray you take me.
"I'll be faithful don't forsake me.
"I'll be with her when the roses bloom again."

When the roses bloom again beside the river,
When the robin redbreast sings his sweet refrain.
And in the days of auld lang syne,
I'll be with you, sweetheart of mine.
I'll be with you when the roses bloom again.

When the roses bloom again beside the river,
When the robin redbreast sings his sweet refrain.
And in the days of auld lang syne,
I'll be with you, sweetheart of mine.
I'll be with you when the roses bloom again.

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