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I’d Rather Not Know
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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
And the days set apart have bothered me so
You are my only love in all God's creation
And if you'd been untrue then I'd rather not know

I'd rather not know if you've been unfaithful
D7 G
And tarnished the love that I treasured so
Any rival of mine is faceless and traceless
Let's keep it that way cause I'd rather not know

I've heard people say when a conscience is guilty
Cause sometimes through hell brings peace to your soul
But don't ever tell me what I don't know can't hurt me
Just confess in your prayers for I'd rather not know

repeat #2


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Classic Country Music Lyrics home | Jim Reeves lyrics

He recorded so many beautiful songs during his shorten career, I truly believe that he could sing an ordinary song and it would suddenly be very pretty. This one is easy to play, copy I’d Rather Not Know lyrics and chords and enjoy.