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    A Light In The Window

    I have the lyrics to the song A Light In The Window by Ray Griff but I am trying to find the music sheet or just the music. Can anyone help me. Thanx

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    Hi poopsie I posted it on another message, but here it is again.

    A Light In The Window – Ray Griff

    [B] My brother was waitin’ when [E] I got off the [A] bus
    He gripped my hand [F#] but his feelings [B] showed
    His face was long and he [E] didn’t say too [B] much
    Till we started home, [F#] down the dusty [B] road

    Then he said, “Mama won’t be [E] leavin’ a light in the [B] window anymore.
    She won’t be waitin’ up late at [E] night for us when [B] we walk through the [F#] door.
    She won’t be [B] makin’ no apple pies on Sundays [E] like she did be-[B]-fore.
    Mama won’t be leavin’ a light in the [F#] window any-[B]-more.”

    Sister was weepin’, when [E] we drove through the [B] gate
    She ran to me, [F#] with a helpless [B] sigh
    I held her close and I [E] kissed her pretty [B] face
    Then I dried the tears, [F#] that were in her [B] eyes

    Then she said, “Mama won’t be [E] leavin’ a light in the [B] window anymore.
    She won’t be waitin’ up late at [E] night for us when [B] we walk through the [F#] door.
    She won’t be [B] makin’ no apple pies on Sundays [E] like she did be-[B]-fore.
    Mama won’t be leavin’ a light in the [F#] window any-[B]-more.” //// //// [G]//// /

    Papa was [C] cryin’, like [F] he was all done [C] in
    His eyes were red [G] and his voice was [C] weak
    I shared his grief and my [F] heart went out to [C] him
    Then he turned to me [G] and began to [C] speak

    Then he said, “Mama won’t be [F] leavin’ a light in the [C] window anymore.
    She won’t be waitin’ up late at [F] night for us when [C] we walk through the [G] door.
    She won’t be [C] makin’ no apple pies on Sundays [F] like she did be-[C]-fore.
    Mama won’t be leavin’ a light in the [G] window any-[C]-more.”

    Then he said, “Mama won’t be [F] leavin’ a light in the [C] window anymore.
    She won’t be waitin’ up late at [F] night for us when [C] we walk through the [G] door.
    She won’t be [C] makin’ no apple pies on Sundays [F] like she did be-[C]-fore.
    Mama won’t be leavin’ a light in the [G] window any-[C]-more.”
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