Before The Roses Bloom Again


When the leaves begin to fall
And the birds start flying south
Natures sighs her gentle whisper
Summer's gone

When I see the scarlet roses
Drop their peddles to the ground
I get a feeling deep inside me
To go home

Before the roses bloom again
We may be walking the streets of glory
For each season brings us closer
To the end

When I see the clouds there
A gentle thought reminds me
We may be home before
The roses bloom again

When I see God's little creatures
Storing their winter food
And I see His children start
To gather in

Oh, seems I hear a distant call
This could be the last snowfall
We may be home before
The roses bloom again

Before the roses bloom again
We may be walking the streets of glory
For each season brings us closer
To the end

When I see the clouds there
A gentle thought reminds me
We may be home before
The roses bloom again

We may be home before
The roses bloom again









   

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"Before The Roses Bloom Again"
by Betty Jean Robinson.

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