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Asleep lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's very
good song written by Don Everly and recorded by the Everly Brothers.
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Asleep Recorded by The Everly Brothers Written by Don Everly
G7 Gm Asleep oh please let me fall asleep F C It's like heaven when I sleep until morning I forget her G7 Gm I lie awake in my lonely bed in a room without a light F C Tryin’ hard to find a dream that gets me through the night G7 Gm But sleep won't come it's never there since you're no longer mine F C D7 And sleep is such a precious thing with your memory on my mind
G7 Gm F Asleep oh please let me fall asleep it's so peaceful when I sleep C G7 Gm Until morning nothing matters asleep if I could only fall asleep F C It's like heaven when I sleep until morning I will hold her
G7 Gm I hate to see the sun go down and face another night F C I watch the shadows climb the wall as they try to catch the light G7 Gm F Asleep oh please let me fall asleep it's so peaceful when I sleep C Until morning nothing matters
G7 Asleep (I lie awake in my lonely bed) Gm If I could only fall asleep (in a room without a light) F It's like heaven when I sleep (trying hard to find a dream) C Until morning I forget her (that gets me through the night)
G7 Asleep (I hate to see the sun go down) Gm Oh now let me fall asleep (face another night) F It's so peaceful when I sleep (I watch the shadows climb the wall) C Until morning doesn’t matter (as they try to catch the light) G7 Gm F C Asleep
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