If I Should Wander Back Tonight
Written by Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs
Chord-chart by Lynn Lewis

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/ |G / / / |C / / For many years I've been a rolling stone my darling, / |G / / / |D / / Like a gypsy I have roamed from place to place, / |G / / / |C / / Fortune never came to me - how happy I would be, / |G / D / |G / / Just to look a-gain u-pon your smiling face.

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/ |G / / / |C / / If I should wander back to-night would you be waiting? / |G / / / |D / / Would your eyes be filled with love's own tender light? / |G / / / |C / / Would your arms be empty dear, would you thrill to find me near? / |G / D / |G / / / | Would you love me if I wanderered back to-night?

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Last night I dreamed that you and I were back together, I held your hand so gently in my own, Heard you say we'd never part as I pressed you to my heart, Then I woke in tears to find myself alone.

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