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Don't Cry Joni lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's very good country song written and recorded by Conway Twitty
and Joni Twitty.
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Don't Cry Joni Written and recorded by Conway Twitty with Joni Twitty
G D7 Joni was the girl who lived next door G I've known her I guess ten years or more C Joni wrote me a note one day D7 G And this is what she had to say
D7 Jimmy please say you'll wait for me G I'll grow up some day you'll see C Saving all my kisses just for you D7 G Signed with love forever true
D7 Slowly I read her note once more G I went over to the house next door C Her teardrops fell like rain that day D7 G When I told Joni what I had to say
D7 Joni Joni please don't cry G You'll forget me by and by C You're just fifteen I am twenty two D7 G And Joni I just can't wait for you
D7 Soon I left our little hometown G Got me a job and tried to settle down C But these words kept haunting my memory D7 G The words that Joni said to me
D7 I packed my clothes and I caught a plane G I had to see Joni I had to explain C How my heart was filled with her memory
D7 G And ask my Joni if she'd marry me
D7 I ran all the way to the house next door G Things weren't like they were before C My teardrops fell like rain that day D7 G When I heard what Joni had to say
D7 Jimmy Jimmy please don't cry G You'll forget me by and by C It's been five years since you've been gone D7 G Jimmy I married your best friend John
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