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I’d Rather Not
Know lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a
very pretty song by Jim Reeves. If you're a fan of this great talent,
you're gonna love doing this song.
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I’d Rather Not Know recorded by Jim Reeves [3/4 time] written by Billy Deaton and Jim Reeves G D7 Our once precious love was marred by separation G And the days set apart have bothered me so D7 You are my only love in all God's creation G And if you'd been untrue then I'd rather not know C G I'd rather not know if you've been unfaithful D7 G And tarnished the love that I treasured so D7 Any rival of mine is faceless and traceless G Let's keep it that way cause I'd rather not know D7 I've heard people say when a conscience is guilty G Cause sometimes through hell brings peace to your soul D7 But don't ever tell me what I don't know can't hurt me G Just confess in your prayers for I'd rather not know repeat #2
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