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Carolina In The Morning lyrics and chords

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Carolina In The Morning lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a beautiful song recorded by Dean Martin.

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Carolina In The Morning
Recorded by Dean Martin
Written by Gus Kahn and Walter Donaldson

C
Nothing could be finer
G7
Than to be in Carolina in the morning
Dm
No one could be sweeter
G7
Than my sweetie when I meet her
C
In the morning

F C
Where the morning glories
F C
Twine around the door
D7
Whispering pretty stories
G7
I long to hear once more

C
Strolling with my girlie
G7
Where the dew is pearly early in the morning
Dm
Butterflies all flutter up
G7 C
And kiss each little buttercup at dawning

C7
If I had Aladdin's lamp for only a day
F
I'd make a wish and here's what I'd say
C
Nothing could be finer
G7 C
Than to be in Carolina in the morn-ing

Repeat #2,3,4

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