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The Three Bells  Browns

[D]There's a village hidden deep in the valley,
[G]among the [D]pine trees [G]half for[D]lorn.
And there on a sunny [Am]morning,
Little [G]Jimmy[A] Brown [G]was [D]born.
(Bells sound:Bong, Bong, Bong, Bong)
[G]All the chapel bells were ringing, in the little valley [D]town,
And the song that they were singing, [D7]was for baby Jimmy [G]Brown.
and the little congregation [B7]prayed for guidance from a[Em]bove[C],
'Lead us not into temp[G]tation, bless this hour of medi[D7]tation,
guide him with eternal [G]love.'

There's a village hidden deep in the valley,

Beneath the mountains high above.
And there, twenty years thereafter,
Jimmy was to meet his love.

All the chapel bells were ringing, 'twas a great day in his life,

cause the songs that they were singing were for Jimmy and his wife.
Then the little congregation prayed for guidance from above,
'Lead us not into temptation, bless, oh Lord this celebration,
may their lives be filled with love.'

From the village hidden deep in the valley,
One rainy morning dark and gray.

A soul winged its way to heaven,
Jimmy Brown had passed away.

Just a lonely bell was ringing in the little valley town,

twas farewell that it was singing to our little Jimmy Brown.
And the little congregation prayed for guidance from above.
Lead us not into temptation, may his soul find the salvation,
of Thy great eternal love.

A fabulous fifties hit from Kraziekhat.

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