I'd Say That's Right Clay Walker
[A]Was I nervous the [E]night I first met you, [D]Was it love at first [E]site,
[A]Did I know you was the [E]girl that I'd marry, [D]I'd [E]say that's [A]right.
[A]When your daddy said [E]son do you love her, [D]with all of your [E]might,
[A]I looked him in the [E]eye and said yes sir, [D]I'd [E]say that's [A]right.
[A]I'd say that's [D]right on the money, [E]sure as the sun in Florida sunny.
[A]I'd say that's [D]right as the rain on a [E]tin-roof Texas night.
[A]I'd say that's [D]right down the middle, [E]ain't no doubt, not even a little.
[A]Will I love you for the [E]rest of my life, [D]I'd [E]say that's [A]right.
If I woke up tomorrow in heaven, Saint Peter looked me in the eye,
And said mister, would you rather be with her, I'd say that's right.
Derek McIntyre - firstname.lastname@example.org