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The Three Bells chords

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The Three Bells:The Browns
#1 in 1959. 

INTRO:
C
There's a village hidden deep in the valley,
F         C          F       C 
among the pine trees half forlorn.
                     Em
And there on a sunny morning,
       F           G   C
little Jimmy Brown was born. 

#1.          C                 F
(Bells sound:Bong, Bong, Bong, Bong)
F                                                       C
All the chapel bells were ringing, in the little valley town,
                                      C7                 F
and the songs that they were singing, was for baby Jimmy Brown.
                             A7                        Dm  Bb
and the little congregation..prayed for guidance from above,
                      F                              C7
'Lead us not into temptation, bless this hour of meditation,
                       F
guide him with eternal love.'
 
#2.
C
There's a village hidden deep in the valley,
  F         C         F     C
beneath the mountains high above.
                             Em
And there, twenty years thereafter,
      F      G        C   
Jimmy was to meet his love.

#3.(Bells:)
F                                                           C
All the chapel bells were ringing, 'twas a great day in his life,
                                       C7                     F
cause the songs that they were singing were for Jimmy and his wife.
                              A7                        Dm   Bb
Then the little congregation..prayed for guidance from above,
                      F                               C7
'Lead us not into temptation, bless, oh Lord this celebration,
                               F
may their lives be filled with love.'

#4.
C
From the village hidden deep in the valley,
    F     C       F        C 
one rainy morning dark and gray..
                         Em
a soul winged its way to Heaven,
F               G       C
Jimmy Brown had passed away.

#5.(Bells)
F                                                    C
Just a lonely bell was ringing, in the little valley town,
                                    C7                  F
'twas farewell that it was singing, to our little Jimmy Brown.

OUTRO:
F#                           A#7                       D#m   B
And the little congregation..prayed for guidance from above.
                      F#                                C#7
'Lead us not into temptation, may his soul find the salvation,
                     F#
of Thy Great Eternal Love.


A fabulous fifties hit from Kraziekhat. 


            
            
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mvmystique 2,235 Feb 11, 2014 03:22 PM

Lovely little song, very popular in it's day.
Thanks,
John S.

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lousergi 10 Dec 10, 2014 04:27 PM

This song has been playing in my head for years love the song has heart and meaning keep on singing Jim Ed Brown, Like this song as a kid and still like it now cheers

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Kraziekhat 64,745 Dec 10, 2014 06:27 PM

Cheers!!! KK.

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