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Don't Make Me
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it's a sad but good country song recorded by Hank Snow.
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Don't Make Me Go To Bed Recorded by Hank Snow Written by Hugh Cross
C F D7 A laughing baby boy one evening in his play G7 C He disturbed the household with his noisy glee F D7 Well I warned him to keep quiet but he soon did disobey G7 C For he would soon forget a word from me
F D7 Then I called him to my side and said son you must go to bed G7 C For your conduct has been very very rude F D7 With quivering lips and tear dimmed eyes he pleaded there with me G7 C Don't make me go to bed papa and I'll be good
G7 Don't papa and I'll be good C Don't papa and I'll be good F D7 That's what I heard him say and it haunts me night and day G7 C Don't make me go to bed papa and I'll be good
F D7 Our lives have just been gladdened by his bright ascending beams G7 C Our boy now in our hearts was very dear F D7 Well I hastened to his bed and found him talking in his sleep G7 C He didn't seem to know that we were near
F D7 So I took him in my arms and found his body raked with pain G7 C To ease his pain we did the best we could F D7 It broke my heart to hear him crying so loudly in his sleep G7 C Don't make me go to bed papa and I'll be good
F D7 All night and day we watched and prayed and we never left his side G7 C To give him up it seemed we never could F D7 It broke my heart to hear him saying just before he died G7 C Don't make me go to bed papa and I'll be good
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