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The Blizzard Lyrics

jim reeves the blizzard

G Am But it's only seven miles to Mary Ann's. Reeves got his start in country music as the announcer of the Louisiana Hayride. Get the embed code Jim Reeves - Jim Reeves on Stage Live Album Lyrics1. They are so close, but yet so far. Ken sneaks from the house and spends the night sitting on the bank of the stream, with his legs in the cold water, holding her head to prevent her from drowning. Clarence Brown, director, , Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1944. As a result the man and his pony, Dan, are found frozen in the snow the following morning.

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The Blizzard Jim Reeves Chords and Lyrics for Guitar

jim reeves the blizzard

C C7 F C Listen to that norther sigh, if we don't get home we'll die. Alright dan, perhaps it's best, if we stop a while and rest. . G C It's only five more miles to Mary Ann's. In Vancouver Reeves had seven singles enter the local pop charts. Rob takes Ken for a drive, and they see a stag protecting a doe. C C7 F C Lord my hands feel like there froze, and there's a numbness in my toes.

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The Blizzard by Jim Reeves

jim reeves the blizzard

Perhaps help could have been rounded up and a team of folks brought the pony, Dan, to the barn. G Am But it's only five more miles to Mary Ann's. He'd-a-made it but he just couldn't leave old Dan. Late that night the storm was gone, They found him there at dawn. G C It's only seven miles to Mary Ann's.


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JIM REEVES

jim reeves the blizzard

G Am For it's only more miles to Mary Ann's, G C It's only three more miles to Mary Ann's. Alright dan, perhaps it's best, if we stop a while and rest. The Blizzard recorded by Jim Reeves written by Harlan Howard G C G There's a blizzard coming on how I'm wishing I was home D7 for my pony's lame and he can hardly stand G C G Listen to that norther sigh if we don't get home we'll die D7 Em But it's only seven miles to Mary Ann's D7 G It's only seven miles to Mary Ann's C G You can bet we're on her mind for it's nearly supper-time D7 And I'll bet there's hot biscuits in the pan G C G Lord my hands feel like there froze and there's a numbness in my toes D7 Em But it's only five more miles to Mary Ann's D7 G It's only five more miles to Mary Ann's C G That wind's howling and it seems mighty like a woman's scream D7 And we'd best be moving faster if we can G C G Dan just think about that barn with the hay so soft and warm D7 Em For it's only four more miles to Mary Ann's D7 G It's only three more miles to Mary Ann's Spoken: G C G Dan get up you ornery cuss or you'll be the death of us D7 I'm so weary but I'll help you if I can G C G Alright Dan perhaps it's best if we stop a while and rest D7 Em For it's still a hundred yards to Mary Ann's D7 Em It's still a hundred yards to Mary Ann's Spoken: C G Late that night the storm was gone they found him there at dawn D7 He'd made it but he just couldn't leave old Dan G C G Yes they found him there on the plains hands froze to the reigns D7 Em He was just a hundred yards form Mary Ann's D7 G He was just a hundred yards from Mary Ann's banner2. In 1944 Elizabeth Taylor got her debut in the film, the exciting story about a girl, a horse and a dream. After a few mishaps in his first few days home, Nell convinces Rob to give Ken a colt, saying it will give him something to work towards and improve himself and his sense of responsibility. There's a blizzard coming on, how I'm wishing I was home For my pony's lame, and he can hardly stand Listen to that norther sigh, if we don't get home we'll die But, it's only seven miles to Mary Ann It's only seven miles to Mary Ann You can bet we're on her mind, for it's nearly suppertime And I'll bet there's hot biscuits in the pan Lord, my hands feel like they're froze And there's a numbness in my toes But it's only five more miles to Mary Ann It's only five more miles to Mary Ann That wind's howling and it seems Mighty like a woman's scream And we'd best be moving faster if we can Dan just think about that barn With the hay so soft and warm For it's only three more miles to Mary Ann It's only three more miles to Mary Ann Dan get up you ornery cuss, or you'll be the death of us I'm so weary, but I'll help you if I can All right, Dan, perhaps it's best if we stop a while and rest For it's still a hundred yards to Mary Ann It's still a hundred yards to Mary Ann Late that night the storm was gone They found him there at dawn He'd have made it but he just couldn't leave old Dan Yes, they found him there on the plains, his hands froze to the reins He was just a hundred yards form Mary Ann He was just a hundred yards from Mary Ann.

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Jim Reeves

jim reeves the blizzard

Yes they found him there on the plains, hands froze to the reigns. C C7 F C Lord my hands feel like there froze, and there's a numbness in my toes. C C7 F C Listen to that norther sigh, if we don't get home we'll die. It's still a hundred yards to Mary Ann's. When he was five years old he learned to play on a guitar he borrowed from an older brother.

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Jim Reeves discography

jim reeves the blizzard

It's still a hundred yards to Mary Ann's. There's a blizard coming on, how I'm wishing I was home, For my pony's lame, and he can hardly stand. C C7 F C Dan just think about that barn, with the hay so soft and warm. However, he only had one hit cross over onto the Billboard Hot 100 Top Ten. Lewis 1954 , Chucaro: Wild Pony of the Pampa by Francis Kalnay 1958 , and by Walter Farley 1941 spawned fifteen novels in its series between 1941 and 1960.

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The Blizzard tab with lyrics by Jim Reeves

jim reeves the blizzard

August 2, 2017 Ray McGinnis References: , Alan Cackett. I'm so weary, but I'll help you if I can. In the plot Kenneth McLaughlin is a 10-year-old boy living on Goose Bar Ranch, just out of Cheyenne, Wyoming, with his practical father, Rob, his mother, Nell, and his older brother, Howard. He'd-a-made it but he just couldn't leave old Dan. Ken spends the rest of the summer nursing the filly. Late that night the storm was gone, the found him there at dawn.

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The Blizzard tab with lyrics by Jim Reeves

jim reeves the blizzard

Alright dan, perhaps it's best, if we stop a while and rest. There's a blizard coming on, how I'm wishing I was home For my pony's lame, and he can hardly stand Listen to that norther sigh, if we don't get home we'll die But, it's only seven miles to Mary Ann's It's only seven miles to Mary Ann's You can bet we're on her mind, for it's nearly supertime And I'll bet there's hot bisquets in the pan Lord, my hands feel like there froze And there's a numbness in my toes But, it's only five more miles to Mary Ann's It's only five more miles to Mary Ann's That wind's howling and it seems Mighty like a woman's scream And we'd best be moving faster if we can Dan just think about that barn With the hay so soft and warm For it's only more miles to Mary Ann's It's only three more miles to Mary Ann's Dan get up you ornery cuss, or you'll be the death of us I'm so weary, but I'll help you if I can Alright Dan, perhaps it's best, if we stop a while and rest For it's still a hundred yards to Mary Ann's Sang It's still a hundred yards to Mary Ann's Late that night the storm was gone They found him there at dawn He'd-a-made it but he just couldn't leave old Dan Yes, they found him there on the plains Hands froze to the reigns He was just a hundred yards form Mary Ann's Sang He was just a hundred yards from Mary Ann's. Rob is often unsatisfied with Ken, who daydreams when he should be attending to practical matters. C G And we'd best abe moving faster if we can. C C7 F C Dan just think about that barn, with the hay so soft and warm. C C7 F C You can bet we're on her mind, for it's nearly supertime C G and I'll bet there's hot bisquets in the pan.

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