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Got A Lot Of
Livin' To Do lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a fun to do song recorded by Elvis Presley.
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Got A Lot Of Livin' To Do Recorded by Elvis Presley Written by Aaron Schroeder and Ben Weisman
C G7 Oh yes I've got a lot o' livin' to do C F C Whole lot o' livin' to do come on baby to make it fun it takes two G7 C Oh yes I've got a lot o' livin' to do whole lot o' lovin' to do F G7 C F And there's no one who I'd rather do it without you
C F C F C There's a moon that's big and bright in the milky way tonight F C But the way you act you never would know it's there G7 Now baby time 's a wastin' a lot o' kisses I ain't been tastin' F G7 C I don't know about you but I'm gonna get my share
C F C F C There's a balmy little breeze that's a whistling through the trees F C And it's telling you to pitch a little woo with me G7 Why don't you take a listen you'll never know what you've been missin' F G7 C F Cuddle up a little closer and be my little honey bee
C F C F C You're the prettiest thing I've seen but you treat me so dog-gone mean F C Ain't-cha got no heart I'm dying to hold you near G7 Why do you keep me waitin' why don't-cha start cooperatin' F G7 C Ain't the things I say the things you wanna hear
C F G7 C And there's no one who I'd rather do it without you C F G7 C Well there's no one who I'd rather do it without you
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