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Verse 1:
Before the laughter and the cheer disolves into his memory,
taste of vodka on his lips, and thoughts of murder and doom, as her eyes appeared to bloom,
E G#m7 F#m7 Am6/E E(intro)
he wanted to touch them but was afraid she might be taken aback then what would he say?
Verse 2:
They walked to the garden in the park when it was empty after dark then
spread out a blanket and laid down and in a voice that no one else could hear, he whispered in her ear,
C#m F#m A Am Am6/E E B7 A C#m C Am Am6/E E(intro)
"Although I can't sing it now, be still..coz some day baby I will.. sing you a love you song." oh oh oh oh
Same chords as previous verse/chorus:
Verse 3:
She rolled over and a kiss laid softly on his chin and said, "You know maybe there's a chance that your feelings you've mistook or have presently overlooked... You say you don't love me, but yet perhaps you just forget that you do."
Verse 4:
He said that, "I love you please believe the only matter of concern is that your love will oneday fade. If that should happen I would die, and that's the reason why
I know I can't sing it now but be still cos some day baby I will sing you a love you song...."
(no chord, sounds in C#m though) C E G#m7 C#m
She said, "How could you question when the root of my affection is so plain and obvious? It grew from the overwhelming
pleasure of just being near you and now you bring in doubts and they are smothering our love!" 

A Am Am6/E Am7 B7 E F#m F#m7 G#m7
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