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Love On Arrival (LOA) Recorded by Doyle Lawson Written by Dan Seals
G I just had to call you babe I got your letter D7 And I understood almost every line C You said TLC is what you miss from me G You want back in my arms ASAP D7 Em C Oh I love this game them three letters by your name G D7 G LOA what does it say
She said oh baby it’s so simple D7 Did not mean to make it hard to understand C I’ve been gone so long G Want you to know I miss my man oh yes I do D7 Em C And that message for you tells you what I’m gonna do G D7 G When I get home oh yes I do
LOA (love on arrival) for you (love on arrival)
LOA is what I’m gonna give to you C G I’ve been countin’ the days I’ve been lonely I’ve been blue
(love on arrival) for you (love on arrival) D7 Em C And now after all this time I’ve got nothin’ on my mind G D7 G But LOA (love on arrival) for you
I said oh baby I do love you
And I’m always amazed the way we feel C G And I TGIF I thank God I found you when I did oh yes I do D7 Em C Them three letters by your name I will give you just the same G D7 G When I get home oh yes
Em G Em I don’t need no confirmation (ooooooo) C G Em Got it right here in my hand (ooooooo) G Don’t need no more translation Am D7 You done spelled out in words that I can understand G D7 G LOA ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh LOA (ooooooo)
D7 Em C And now after all this time I’ve got nothin’ on my mind G D7 G But LOA (love on arrival) for you
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