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GUEST,jim clark london england. Origins: Gently Johnny My Jingalo (17) Lyr/Chords Add: GENTLY JOHNNY MY JINGALO 15 Nov 03


Can anybody point me in the direction of an online sound version of this lovely song which I first heard in "The Wicker Man" movie so far i've listened to some very boring midi's and a small snippet,but I'd love to hear lots of different versions if there are any available online

Heres a version of the lyrics and chords from the net just to remind you all..

Gently, Johnny, My Jingalo


(Traditional English Folk Tune)

          Gm7               C                  Dm          Gm7
I put my hand all in her hair, and she says, "I like it there"

          Gm7               C                  Dm          Gm7
I put my hand all to her lips, and she says, "Please tell me this"

         Gm7               C            Dm       Gm7

Gently gently, gently Johnny, gently Johnny my jingalo,
         
         Gm7             C             Dm       Gm7
Gently gently, gently Johnny, gently Johnny my love

I put my hand all on her knee, and she says, "Do you want to see?"
I put my hand all on her breast, and she says, "Do you want a kiss?"

Gently gently, gently Johnny, gently Johnny my jingalo,
Gently gently, gently Johnny, gently Johnny my love

I put my hand all on her thigh, and she says, "do you want to try?"
I put my hand all on her belly, and she says, "do you want to fill me?"

Gently gently, gently Johnny, gently Johnny my jingalo,
Gently gently, gently Johnny, gently Johnny my love

Alternatively could any of you record me a version and email the sound file to....my music email address of

hyperbolelad@hotmail.com

Regards.

Jim Clark
listen online to sound poems & acoustic music


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