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A Woman In Love lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use, it was a big hit for Ronnie Milsap and it's a very pretty song.
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A Woman In Love Recorded by Ronnie Milsap written by Curtis Wright and Doug Millett
G C D7 G No matter what you do or say C D7 G She's always got to have her way C D7 Em She'll bring you down just to cheer you up G C D7 G You never know with a woman in love
C D7 G The minute you start holding on C D7 G You'll turn around and she'll be gone C D7 Em This is very unpredictable stuff G C D7 G You never know with a woman in love
C G She's a lady she's a child D7 G She'll make you crazy she'll drive you wild C G Do you give in or do you just give up C D7 G You never know with a woman in love C D7 G You never know with a woman in love
C D7 G I oughta know cause I've held a few C D7 G I've seen the things that a woman can do C D7 Em She'll play the game till you call her bluff G C D7 G Oh You never know with a woman in love
Em G C G D7 Just when you think you've got it all together Em G C Em D7 If you blink she'll change just like the weather ooo ooo ooo
G C D7 G No matter what you do or say C D7 G She's always got to have her way C D7 Em This is very unpredictable stuff G C D7 G You never know with a woman in love
C D7 Em You never know with a woman in love C G Em D7 G You never know with a wo-man ooo ooo woman in love
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