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No One lyrics and chords

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No One lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a beautiful country song recorded by Brenda Lee.

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No One
Recorded by Brenda Lee
Written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman

C E7 F
No one ever kissed me the way that you do
E7 F C
And no one ever told me I love you
G7 C E7 Am
No one ever cared ah no one ever shared
D7 G7
All those dreams that I dreamed would come true
Dm G7
(All come true)

C E7 F
Ah ah ah no one ever hurt me the way you do
E7 F C
Ah no one ever broke my heart in two
G7 C B7 A#7 A7
I'll keep on caring my whole life through
D7 G7 C G7
For no one no one but you (no one no one)

C E7 F
No one ever hurt me the way you do
E7 F C
No one ever broke my heart in two (no one no one)
G7 C B7 A#7 A7
I'll keep on caring my whole life through
D7 G7 C F C
For no one no one but you (no one)

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