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only, it's a very good bluegrass song recorded by Doyle Lawson.
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Johnny And Sally Recorded by Doyle Lawson Written by John Michael, David H. Lindsey, Matt Lindsey
G C Johnny and Sally grew up in the mountains G D7 On opposite sides of the valley G C She thought the sun rose and set in his brown eyes G D7 G But Johnny loved no one but Sally
C But for 35 years their families had quarreled G D7 Between them no words had been spoken G C But the first time that Johnny laid eyes on fair Sally G D7 G The long silence finally was broken
C He said meet me tonight when the moon lights the valley G D7 And linger with me for a while G C The love in their hearts started growing like flowers G D7 G Blooming unseen in the wild
C Season to season love grew in the shadows G D7 Even though it was forbidden G C They longed for the day they could walk in the sunshine G D7 G And no longer keep their love hidden
C He said meet me tonight when the moon lights the valley G D7 And we’ll steal away and be wed G C Although your daddy might wish he could kill me G D7 G Without you I’d rather be dead
C Now you’ve heard the story of Johnny and Sally G D7 And I’ve got just one thing to say G C If not for the courage of Johnny and Sally G D7 G I wouldn’t be here today
C Daddy said meet me tonight when the moon lights the valley G D7 And linger with me for a while G C The love in their hearts started growing like flowers G D7 G Blooming unseen in the wild
D7 G Blooming unseen in the wild
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