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Oh, I Miss You So, My Darling

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing Along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

I follow the pale white moon into the silent gloom,

Through a prairie painted in silver and blue,

Somewhere the wasteland plain

Shelters a grave by a lane

Where youíve waited, darling, I come to you.

 

Oh, I miss you so, my darling

And Iím lonesome, too, you see.

Let me stay here beside you

On the lone prairie.

 

Youíve guided me thru each year, youíre everywhere and youíre here.

Your smile is in the heart of the wild desert flower,

Your eyes are a-gleam in the dew.

Youíre there in each moonbeam, too,

But still I feel the pain of this parting hour.

 

Oh, I miss you so, my darling

And Iím lonesome, too, you see.

Let me stay here beside you

On the lone prairie.

 

Now donít you be lonesome, dear, Iím leaving the stars out here

To watch you till I come back when springtime returns.

I wonít be gone very long.

Youíre part of my soul and my song.

Darling, canít you see why my poor heart yearns?

 

Oh, I miss you so, my darling

And Iím lonesome, too, you see.

Let me stay here beside you

On the lone prairie.

 

 

 

 

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