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You And Me And Time lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, it's an excellent country song recorded by George Jones
& Georgette Jones.
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You And Me And Time Recorded by George and Georgette Jones Written by Georgette Jones, Mark McGuinn, Don Pfrimmer
C F C You were just a picture on my baby grand F C Yours was in my wallet I showed to all my friends G7 F C But the world rolled in between us keeping us apart F C Thank God we discovered we're still joined at the heart
F You and me and time finally got together C G7 I'm sorry that it took so long but better late than never F C F The love we thought we'd lost was not that hard to find C F C G7 C It only took the three of us you and me and time
F C I lost you to the spotlight but kept you in my prayers F C No matter where they took me hon you were always there G7 F C It's so hard when your hero is a stranger in your home F C Our love's like a mountain one can't move it alone
Am F C We can't light the candles on the birthday's that we missed D7 G7 We can hold each other and thank the Lord for this
C F Daddy you and me and time finally got together C G7 I'm sorry that it took so long but better late than never F C F The love we thought we'd lost was not that hard to find C F C G7 C It only took the three of us you and me and time
F C G7 C It only took the three of us you and me and time
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