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Lead On lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by George Strait.
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Lead On Recorded by George Strait Written by Dean Dillon and Teddy Gentry
G D7 G C She said I don't recall seeing you around here D7 G You must be new to this town D7 G C Said I'm just passing through but girl from the looks of you D7 G I could see me settling down
Em A7 D7 Then she smiled and said the invitation's open Em A7 D7 Cause you look just like what I've been waitin' on Em A7 D7 G So I said why don't we take this matter somewhere else C D7 G And get to know this feeling that's so strong lead on
D7 G C She said I had a love once but he just up and left me D7 G I said I bet it broke your heart D7 G C I had a love once too but I acted like a fool D7 G Oh what I'd give to be back in her arms
Em A7 D7 Then she smiled and said the invitation's open Em A7 D7 Cause you look just like what I've been waitin' on Em A7 D7 G So I said why don't we take this matter somewhere else C D7 G And pick up right where everything went wrong lead on
D7 G C She said I don't recall seeing you around here D7 G You must be new to this town
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