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Don't Go Near The Water lyrics and chords are intended for your
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Don't Go Near The Water Recorded by Sammy Kershaw Written by Chapin Hartford and Jim Foster
G Your momma used to worry bout that big muddy river D7 G Honey do you remember you let the screen door slam
When you stepped off the front porch
Hear your momma callin' don't be late A#7 I could hear you daddy holler C G Son she's my only daughter
A#7 You'd stick your nose in the honey suckle
Down by the gate C I can still hear your momma callin' G Don't go near the water
C F C F We fell right in way over our heads C F C F But we didn't go near the water G C G C A love as deep so young and sweet D7 And the nights got hotter and hotter G C G C We sure enough gettin' our feet wet momma G C G But we didn't go near the water
You hear the rockin' chair squeakin'
As you sneak up the back stairs
Momma waitin' like a grizzly bear A#7 C G But you had to get the honey suckle out of your hair A#7 But in the morrnin' light we looked her right in the eyes C G And it wasn't a lie we didn't go near the water
repeat #3 x2
Your momma used to worry bout that big muddy river
D7 She should have worried bout me G C G C Cause we were sure enough gettin' our feet wet momma G C G C But we didn't go near the water G C Didn't go near the water G F G Didn't go near the water
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