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Believing In You lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a very good country song recorded by Hank Thompson.
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I'll Start Believing In You Written and recorded by Hank Thompson
G D7 Tell me how the cow jumped over the moon C G How the little lady lived in a shoe D7 G How Jack on the beanstalk climbed to the sky A7 D7 Then I’ll start believing in you
G D7 Tell me how Jack Horner got a plumb from his thumb C G And how Humpty Dumpty fell D7 G I’m a lot more able to believe in a fable A7 D7 G Than all the other stories you tell
D7 G You said your diamond ring was just an innocent little thing C D7 G That you got it at a Stanley party C Am G Stanley must be quite a guy and his parties sure run high A7 D7 The price tag read one thousand and forty
G D7 Tell me Cinderella did you get your fella C G Just by losing your shoe D7 G When I’ve got the time to believe in nursery rhymes A7 D7 G Then I’ll start believing in you
D7 There are stories galore in fairy tale lore C G Like the farmer who lived in the dell D7 G There’s the owl and pussy cat know the one about Jack Sprat A7 D7 That I’m much rather hear you tell
G D7 There’s the turtle and the hare the preacher and the bear C G And the one about the little boy blue D7 G I can do no worse than nursery rhyme verse A7 D7 G Then I’ll start believing in you
D7 G You tipsied in the other day said you’d been to the PTA C D7 G Had your swimsuit and an olive you were eating C Am G Now they don’t wear bikinis or hand out martinis A7 D7 Down at the school house meetings
G D7 Four and twenty blackbirds baked in a pie C G Just any old fairy tale will do D7 G When I believe there’s truth in old mother goose A7 D7 G Then I’ll start believing in you
D7 G When I believe there’s truth in old mother goose A7 D7 G Then I’ll start believing in you
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