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Jeannie's Afraid Of The Dark lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by Dolly
Parton and Porter Wagoner.
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Jeannie's Afraid Of The Dark Written and recorded by Dolly Parton with Porter Wagoner
C G7 C G7 Her two little feet would come running into F C G7 Our bedroom almost every night C G7 C G7 Her soft little face would be wet from her tears F C And her little heart pounding with fright
G7 C G7 She'd hold out her arm then she'd climb in beside us F C With a small voice we'd hear her remark F C Mommy and daddy can I sleep here with you G7 C Cause Jeannie's afraid of the dark
G7 C G7 One day in the summer we took some flowers F C G7 To place on some old family grave C G7 C G7 Jeannie said mommy ain't it dark in the ground F C Oh daddy I'd be so afraid
G7 C G7 Then she looked up at her daddy and me F C And said something that broke both our hearts F C She said when I die please don't bury me G7 C Cause Jeannie's afraid of the dark
G7 F Jeannie was always afraid of the dark C G7 And we never could understand why C G7 Cause we looked after Jeannie C G7 With the very best of care F C Cause Jeannie was our only child
G7 C G7 Perhaps it was death that she was so afraid of F C Cause it took her one dark stormy night F C I think we always knew that we'd never see Jeannie grown G7 C Cause it seemed that she was destined to die
G7 C G7 But on Jeannie's grave we placed an eternal flame F C That glows and never loses its spark F C And on the darkest night there's always a light G7 C Cause Jeannie's afraid of the dark
G7 C Our Jeannie's afraid of the dark
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