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Most Of All Recorded by B.J. Thomas written by Buddy Buie and J.R. Cobb
G C Hello darling my it's good to hear you D7 G I'm at the railroad station in St. Paul C How are all the folks I'd love to see 'em D7 G But girl I'd love to see you most of all
C Well I've been staring at the rain and I've been thinking D7 G Ever since the train left Montreal C Thought I'd always love this life I'm living D7 G But now I know I love you most of all
Em D7 Many times before I know I swore C D7 G That I'd come home to stay Em D7 But it always seems that the foolish dreams C D7 And trains got in my way
G C Tomorrow there will be snow in Minnesota D7 G But I won't be around to watch it fall C I'll be heading for that old familiar station D7 G Just hoping you still love me most of all
C D7 G Girl you know I love you most of all D7 G I miss ya baby most of all
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