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Sarah's Eyes lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by Vern Gosdin.
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Sarah's Eyes Recorded by Vern Gosdin Written by Shirl Milete and Vern Gosdin
C F Dm I found her in the morning sunshine standing by the road G7 C She said she was a traveler with no place to go F Dm I told her I was going there and offered her a ride G7 C I was taken with the look in Sarah's eyes
F Dm We laughed and talked and told each other everything we knew G7 C And we made love in the warm sunshine and afternoon F Dm She had no strings or hang ups and we found a natural high G7 C When I made the love light shine in Sara's eyes
G7 I said I am so glad I found you Dm G7 F C She said my arms feel so right around you F Dm G7 C I will always love you there'll be no other love in Sarah's eyes
F Dm Time sure takes it's time when you got no place else to be G7 C And purpose takes the pleasure out of being free F Dm We travel light and we never once looked back or wonder why G7 C Till I saw a troubled look in Sarah's eyes
F Dm Then on a cold night in Chicago she lay crying in my arms G7 C Her fever raged and burned as the new life in her forms F Dm Then just before she left this world she smiled and said goodbye G7 C I watched the soul take flight from Sarah's eyes
G7 And I cried I will always love you Dm G7 C She said I'll be waiting for you F Dm Until we're back together G7 C No life will ever shine in Sarah's eyes
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