8 thoughts on On Top Of Old Smokey

  1. Bak   Zolole
    on top of old smokey. on top of old smokey all covered with snow. i lost my true lover for courting too slow. for courting's a pleasure and parting's a grief. and a false hearted lover is worse than a thief. for a thief will just rob you and take all you save. but a false hearted lover will lead you to the grave.
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  2. Zubar   Shakagrel
    Lyrics to 'On Top Of Old Smoky' by Hank Williams. On top of old Smokie, all covered in snow, I lost my true lover, by courtin' too slow On top of old Smokie, I went there to weep For a false hearted lover, is worse than a thief.
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  3. Arashizahn   Arashishura
    The roots of “On Top of Old Smokey,” aka “On Top of Old Smoky,” stretch across the Atlantic Ocean to England, perhaps as long ago as the 16th century. Its branches include many other folk songs with similar lyrical stanzas and tunes. A lonesome love song, it has frequently been sung high in the Appalachian Mountains for courting.
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  4. Tagis   Tojalabar
    On Top Of Old Smokey Lyrics: On top of old smokey all covered with snow / I lost my true lover for courting too slow / For courting's a pleasure and parting's a grief / And a false hearted lover.
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  5. Faurr   Goltile
    On Top of Old Smokey: free easy PDF sheet music with lyrics for piano or keyboard to download and print. Safe, legal downloads for all ages and levels. The free sheet music on Piano Song Download has been composed and/or arranged by us to ensure that our piano sheet music is legal and safe to download and print.
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  6. Nelar   Majora
    Eddy Arnold Lyrics. "On Top Of Old Smokey". On top of old Smokey all covered with snow. I lost my true lover for courtin' too slow. Oh courtin's a pleasure parting is grief. And a false hearted lover is worse than a thief. A thief will just rob you take all that you have. But false hearted lovers take you to your grave.
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  7. Gakora   Nikokasa
    “On Top of Old Smokey” or “On Top of Old Smoky” is a traditional nursery rhyme and folksong. There aren’t many evidences about the origin of this song and its author is unknown. Most commonly the lyrics are connected with the Great Smoky or Smokey Mountains located along the Tennessee and North Carolina border, an area populated by Irish and Scottish people.
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  8. Zululrajas   Vorr
    Verse C F C On top of old Smokey all covered with snow G7 C I lost my true lover for courting too slow F C For courting's a pleasure and parting's a grief G7 C And a false hearted lover is worse than a thief F C For a thief will just rob you and take all your pay G7 C But a false hearted lover will lead you to the grave F C And the grave will decay you and turn you to dust G7 C Not one girl in.
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