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Three Little Pennies Recorded by Doug Stone Written by Kim Tribble and Tim Bays
G C G C G Am D7 There was an old blind man who stood on the corner downtown G He was holding a cup filled up with nothing C G Am D7 From the Christmas shopping crowd C D7 And though I barely came up to the top of his cane C D7 I reached up and gave him every cent to my name
G D7 C G Three little pennies were all that I had C G Am D7 One that I'd found two from my dad G D7 C G Three little pennies not much of a gift Am G D7 C G Am D7 But dad said that's plenty if it's all you can give
G C G C Am D7 That evening my dad told a wonderful story to me G Bout a Child and the manger the wise men who came C G Am D7 Bearing gifts on the first Christmas Eve C D7 There was a part I'm sure he made up C D7 Bout a stable boy who couldn't give much
G C G C G Am D7 Next morning was Christmas and I had prayed hard for a bike G But all that I found was the tiniest box C G Am D7 With three shiny pennies inside C D7 And I was so disappointed because I had been good C D7 But times had been bad so I understood
G D7 C G And daddy said three little pennies were all that you had C G Am D7 But you gave them freely so I gave 'em back G D7 C G Three little pennies is not much of a gift Am G D7 G Your bike is outside because you've learned how to give
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