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The Three Bells lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a
beautiful song recorded by Jim Ed Brown with sisters Maxine and Bonnie.
With a little practice you can learn to play this great country classic.
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The Three Bells recorded by Jim Ed Brown with Maxine and Bonnie written by Bert Reinsford and Jean Villard
C There's a village hidden deep in the valley F C F C Among the pine trees half forlorn
And there on a sunny morning F G7 C Little Jimmy Brown was born
G7 All the chapel bells were ringing in the little village town C And the songs that they were singing was for baby Jimmy Brown E7 F Then the little congregation prayed for guidance from above C G7 Lead us not into temptation bless this hour of meditation C Guide him with eternal love
There's a village hidden deep in the valley F C F C Beneath the mountains high above
And there twenty years thereafter F G7 C Jimmy was to meet his love
G7 All the chapel bells were ringing twas a great day in his life C Cause the songs that they were singing was for Jimmy and his wife E7 F Then the little congregation prayed for guidance from above C G7 Lead us not into temptation bless oh Lord this celebration C May their life be filled with love
From the village hidden deep in the valley F C F C One rainy morning dark and grey
A soul winged it's way to heaven F G7 C Jimmy Brown had passed away
G7 Just a lonely bell was ringing in the little valley town C Twas farewell that it was singing to our little Jimmy Brown E7 F And the little congregation prayed for guidance from above C G7 Lead us not into temptation may his soul find the salvation F G7 C Of Thy great eternal love
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