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She sits in the crevasse waiting for morning,
Awaiting the sun, and her day to begin
When she’ll rise again
On the prairie wind

She’s in no hurry, she drinks in the dew,
Watches the sage brush drink of it too,
In the Badland
What a pretty pair

She’s Alberta Rose, she’s strong and she’s free,
Wild natural beauty flower of the Prairie

She follows the sun to the great Rocky Mountains,
There she can bathe in the pools and the fountains
Past foothills green
All day to dream

She waltzes through ranchland, valleys, and farms
Flaunting her beauty, she’s working her charm
On the Ammolite
Her jewelled delight

She’s Alberta Rose, she’s strong and she’s free,
Wild Natural Beauty Flower of the Prairie
Alberta Rose

She brushes the Ice fields heading for Zama,
Wades in the shore line of Lake Athabasca
In the ancient pines,
Under autumn skies

Northern wind blowing, she takes her rest,
Satisfied knowing, she gave us her best,
Then she fades away
But she’ll come again

She’s Alberta Rose, she’s strong and she’s free,
Wild natural beauty flower of the Prairie
Alberta Rose

Freely she gives us full knowing she’ll wither and die, Return to the earth there renewing the circle of life,
Then she’ll rise in the grain ripened harvest,
Gem stones and the oil,
Appearing once more to give back to Alberta soil

Now she sits in the crevasse waiting for morning,
Awaiting the sun, and her day to begin
When she’ll rise again
On the prairie wind

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