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Tell Laura I Love Her lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, this is a very pretty song recorded by the Everly
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Tell Laura I Love Her Recorded by the Everly Brothers Written by Ray Peterson
G C Tommy and Laura were lovers G C He wanted to give her everything Em Am D7 Flowers presents and most of all a wedding ring G C He saw a sign for a stock car race G C A thousand dollar prize it read Em Am He couldn’t get Laura on the phone D7 So to her mother Tommy said G Am Tell Laura I love her tell Laura I need her G Am Tell Laura I may be late I’ve something to do D7 G That cannot wait C He drove his car to the racing ground G C He was the youngest driver there Em Am The crowd roared as they started the race D7 Round the track they drove at a deadly pace G C No-one knows what happened that day G C How his car overturned in flames Em Am But as they pulled him from the twisted wreck D7 With his dying breath they heard him say G Am Tell Laura I love her tell Laura I need her G Am Tell Laura not to cry my love for her D7 G Will never die C Now in the chapel Laura prays G C For her Tommy who passed away Em Am It was just for Laura he lived and died D7 Alone in the chapel she can hear him cry G Am Tell Laura I love her tell Laura I need her G Am Tell Laura not to cry my love for her D7 G Will never die
Am D7 G My love for her will never die
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