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No More Songs To Sing lyrics and chords

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No More Songs To Sing lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by Ray Price.

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No More Songs To Sing
Recorded by Ray Price
Written by Robert Ellis Orrall, Roger Springer
and Tony Ramey

G D7 Em
When I've no more songs to sing
G C
No music left in these old strings
G
When there's no more words to rhyme
D7
Honey there'll be time

G D7 Em
To fall in love again
G C
To hold the hand of my best friend
G
While walking in the rain
D7 G
Whispering your name again

C
The world won't turn so fast

We'll make the moments last
Bm
The way we always wanted to
Em Am
Baby me and you we'll do everything
D7 G
When I've no more songs to sing

D7 Em
Girl you've always been right there
G C
The answer to my every prayer
G
Through the laughter and the tears
D7 C
Just think of all the years we'll share

C
The world won't turn so fast

We'll make the moments last
Bm
The way we always wanted to
Em Am
Baby me and you we'll do everything
D7 Em D7 C
When I've no more songs to sing

Am
Honey we'll do everything
D7 G
When I've no more songs to sing

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