FluteTree : Songbook : with finger pictures : Popular 6-hole Native American Flute
    T:Yellow Rose of Texas
    C:Arranged for NAF by Robert Gatliff
    A |F A A3/2 A/ |B  A2 A     |F A =d3/2  e/|
    w:There's~a yel-low rose in Tex-as, I'm go-ing there to
    f3 f |f A A3/2 f/ |f e2 =d     |c3/2 =d/ e f |
    w:see, No oth-er fel-low knows her, no-bo-y, on-ly
    e3 A |F A A3/2 A/ |B  A2 F     |F A =d3/2  e/|
    w:me. She cried so when I left her, it like to broke her
    f3 f |f A A3/2 f/ |f e2 (f/e/) |=d  A f3/2 e/|
    w:heart, And if we ev-er meet a-gain, we nev-er more shall
    =d3 x|]
    W:She's the sweetest rose of color a fellow ever knew,
    W:Her eyes are bright as diamonds, They sparkle like the dew.
    W:You may talk about your dear maids and sing of Rosy Lee,
    W:But the yellow rose of Texas beats the belles of Tennessee. 
    W:2 When the Rio Grande is flowing, the starry skies are bright, 
    W:She walks along the river in the quite summer night: 
    W:She thinks if I remember, when we parted long ago, 
    W:I promised to come back again, and not to leave her so.
    W:3 Oh now I'm going to find her, for my heart is full of woe, 
    W:And we'll sing the songs together, that we sung so long ago 
    W:We'll play the bango gaily, and we'll sing the songs of yore, 
    W:And the Yellow Rose of Texas shall be mine forevermore.