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The Moon lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a wonderful old country song recorded by Tex Ritter.
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Just Beyond The Moon Recorded by Tex Ritter Written by Jeremy Slate
C G D7 G C G (I'll walk just beyond the moon then I'll stop and wait for you) C My mother and my father were in love for 50 years D7 So when dad died we wondered why my mother shed no tears G We asked her once about it but she wouldn't tell us why G7 C Instead she'd walk outside each night and smile up at the sky G D7 Then just before she left us she called us to her side G C She told us what my father said to her just before he died
G G7 C I remember when you said you'd never leave me D7 G D7 Through these golden years I've kept the same vow too G G7 C But now that I am goin' please don't leave me G D7 G C G I'll walk just beyond the moon then I'll stop and wait for you D7 G C G You can look up every night and you'll see me light the light A7 D7 Where I'll watch for you to join me someday soon G C A7 We'll go lookin' through the stars for the heaven that is ours G D7 G C G And I know we'll find it soon somewhere just beyond the moon
C G D7 G C G (I'll walk just beyond the moon then I'll stop and wait for you) D7 G C G I'll just sit there by a star and I'll watch you from afar A7 D7 Till I see you walking toward me someday soon G C A7 Then together hand in hand we'll find our promised land G D7 G C And we'll settle down forever darlin' just beyond the moon G D7 G C G (I'll walk just beyond the moon then I'll stop and wait for you)
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