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Bill Monroe - Girl In The Blue Velvet Band Lyrics

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  • One night while out for a ramble
  • The hour was just about nine
  • I met a young maiden in Frisco
  • On the corner of Geary and Pine
  • On her face there was beauty of nature
  • And her eyes just seemed to expand
  • Her hair was so rich and so brilliant
  • Entwined in a blue velvet band
  • We strolled down the street together
  • In my pocket she placed her small hand
  • She planted the evidence on me
  • The girl in the blue velvet band
  • I heard the scream of the siren
  • And the girl in the blue velvet band
  • She left me to face all the trouble
  • With a diamond that was worth ten grand
  • They sent me to San Quentin for stealing
  • God knows I'm an innocent man
  • The guilty one now she lie's dying
  • The girl in the blue velvet band
  • Last night when bed-time was ringin
  • Standing there close to the bars
  • I fancied I heard a voice calling
  • Far out in the ocean of stars
  • I'll be out in a year and I'm leaving
  • But I'll carry the name of a man
  • That served ten years in prison
  • For the girl in the blue velvet band
  • And when I get out I'll endeavor
  • To live in some other land
  • And I'll bid farewell to old Frisco
  • And the girl in the blue velvet band

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