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Could You Love Me Like You Used To
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Could You Love Me Like You Used To lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, this is a very good country song written and recorded by Hank Thompson.

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Could You Love Me Like You Used To
Written and recorded by Hank Thompson

G
Could you love me like you used to
C
Hold me like you used to
G A7 D7
Kiss me once again as you did so long ago
G
Could we go back like we started
C
Forget that we have parted
G D7 G
And recapture those sweet moment that we used to know

C G
Could we thrill once again to each other’s magic touch
C A7 D7
Could you whisper once again that you love me very much
G
Let’s live those yesterdays again
C
Talk about things that might have been
G D7 G
Tell me could you love me just the way you used to do

Repeat

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