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Oh What It Seemed To Be lyrics and chords

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Oh What It Seemed To Be lyrics and chords are only for your personal use, this is a very pretty country song recorded by Jim Reeves.

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Oh What It Seemed To Be
Recorded by Jim Reeves
Written by Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss

G7 C Em C
It was just a neighborhood dance that's all that it was
Em G7
But oh what it seemed to be
Am F Em
It was like a masquerade ball with costumes and all
F G7 C
Cause you were at the dance with me

Em C
It was just a ride on a train that's all that it was
Em G7
But oh what it seemed to be
Am F Em
It was like a trip to the stars to Venus and Mars
F G7 C
Cause you were on the train with me

F C
And when I kissed you darling
F C
It was more than just a thrill for me
F C
It was the promise darling
Am Dm G7
Of all the things that fate had willed for me

C Em C
It was just a wedding in June that's all that it was
Em G7
But oh what it seemed to be
Am F Em
It was like a royal affair with everyone there
F G7 C
Cause you said yes I do to me

Repeat last verse

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