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Loveyousong  Unknown


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Verse 1:
Before the [E]laughter and the [G#m7]cheer [F#m7]disolves into his [B7]memory,
taste of [E]vodka on his [G#m7]lips, and [F#m]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 [E]garden in the[G#m7] park when it was[F#m7] empty after d[B7]ark then
spread out a [E]blanket and [G#m7]laid down and in a [F#m]voice that no one else could hear, he [F#m7]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 [F#m]just being near you and n[Am]ow you bring in d[B7]oubts and they are s[E]mothering our lo[A]ve!"[Am7]

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