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Hank Snow (Larry W. Jones 08/19/2007) (song#4853) There's an old guitar in the corner Whose artist has left and gone away From Nashville to Nova Scotia's bay Folks listen to his songs to this day He sang about Blue Canadian Rockies He was Canada's Yodeling Ranger guy Ballads and train songs he left for you and me When our Hank Snow had to tell the world goodbye Hank sang about a Bluebird Island Where bluebirds brought him love bye and bye Anchored in the Hall of fame and then Hank Snow had to tell the world goodbye - instrumental - We all still miss him down in Nashville And where the Canada snow geese fly His songs entertained us all until Hank Snow had to tell the world goodbye Hank Snow caught a freight train one dark night I guess he's movin' on down the line Leaving his guitar, some wonder why Hank Snow had to tell the world goodbye There's an old guitar in the corner Of the country music hall of fame Hank Snow's great music we all concur Nobody else does it quite the same