Blue Canadian Rockies

Album: His Greatest Hits (1952)
  • In the Blue Canadian Rockies
    Spring is sighin' through the trees
    And the golden poppies are bloomin'
    Round the banks of Lake Louise

    Across the sea they call me
    And I'm lonesome and so blue
    For the Blue Canadian Rockies
    And the girl I love so true

    Oh how my lonely heart is aching tonight
    For the home I long to see
    Oh what I'd give if I could be there tonight
    With the sweetheart that's waiting for me

    In the Blue Canadian Rockies
    Spring is sighin' through the trees
    And the golden poppies are bloomin'
    Round the banks of Lake Louise

    Across the sea they call me
    And I'm lonesome and so blue
    For the Blue Canadian Rockies
    And the one I love so true

    For the Blue Canadian Rockies
    And the one I love so true

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