Your Love Died Like The Rose Song Lyrics and Chords by The Johnson Mountain Boys
[chordpress float=”none” format=”yes” hbnotation=”no” interactive=”no” transpose=”0″]Your Love Died Like The Rose
Recorded by The Johnson Mountain Boys
Written by Dudley Dale Connell
[C]The rose that I planted with [F]such tender [C]care
Is wilted and fading [G7]today
I’ll cherish th[C]e blossom tha[F]t once was s[C]o fair
Like a love that'[G7]s gone fa[C]r away
It seems so unfair and [F]hard to be[C]lieve
That you took my dreams and were [G7]gone
Your reason for [C]leavin’ m[F]y heart can’t[C] conceive
But my tears have [G7]convinced me you’r[C]e gone
I stand all alone with a [F]rose in my [C]hand
Although it is withered and [G7]old
It’s all I hav[C]e left with thi[F]s faded gol[C]d band
And a memory I could [G7]never let [C]go
So dear if you’re min[F]e give a thought to th[C]e past
Don’t worry for love comes an[G7]d goes
My love for [C]you was [F]made dear to [C]last
Your love bloomed and [G7]died like the [C]rose
Your love bloomed and [G7]died like the [C]rose[/chordpress]
Who sang the the song Your Love Died Like The Rose?
– The song Your Love Died Like The Rose was sang by The Johnson Mountain Boys.
Who is The Johnson Mountain Boys?
– The Johnson Mountain Boys were a popular bluegrass band throughout the 1980s from the Washington, D.C. area. Their style favored a more traditional approach to bluegrass than some of their contemporaries. They released two 45 RPM single records, one EP record, ten albums and toured widely, playing venues such as Madison Square Garden, The White House, the Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and the Grand Ole Opry in the United States. Other tours took them around the world to Canada, England, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, and Africa. The group was frequently recognized with nominations for Grammy Awards, International Bluegrass Music Awards, and awards from the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America. Many of the band’s members are still active in other musical groups and settings.
In 2020, the band was inducted into the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame.