Local Flowers Song Lyrics and Chords by Tom T. Hall
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Written and Recorded by Tom T. Hall
[C]I have traveled [F]this world [C]over
I have [G7]rambled all my [C]days
When my journeys [F]have all [C]ended
Place some [G7]flowers on my [C]grave [C7]
Local [F]Flowers just some [C]Daisies
Wildwood [G7]flowers from the [C]hill [C7]
Where I will [F]spend my eternal [C]hours
Lay me [G7]down with Local [C]Flowers
Please don’t buy those [F]Red Car[C]nations
I don’t [G7]need the Lilies [C]fair
Just go walkin’ [F]on the moun[C]tain
Gather [G7]while it’s blooming [C]there
Rosemary means [F]that you’ll re[C]member
Clover [G7]sweet as the love we [C]shared
Myrtle says that [F]you will miss [C]me
Ramblin’ [G7]Roses say you [C]care [C7]
Let the birds sing [F]from the [C]treetops
Let the [G7]grass grow where it [C]may
No arrangements [F]no bright [C]ribbons
Just a [G7]simple wild bou[C]quet
Who sang the the song Local Flowers?
– The song Local Flowers was sang by Tom T. Hall.
Who is Tom T. Hall?
– Thomas T. Hall (born May 25, 1936) is an American country music songwriter, singer, instrumentalist, novelist, and short-story writer. He has written 12 No. 1 hit songs, with 26 more that reached the Top 10, including the No. 1 international pop crossover smash “Harper Valley PTA” and the hit “I Love”, which reached No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. He is included in Rolling Stones list of 100 Greatest Songwriters. He became known to fans as “The Storyteller,” thanks to his storytelling skills in his songwriting.