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You Show Me Your Heart lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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You Show Me Your Heart Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall
F G7 F C G7 C You show me your heart and I'll show you mine
I'm not gettin' hurt anymore
That's a promise I made me for some time ago F I've never ran into things hard and unbending C When I was just traveling slow
If it's down to this and I'm taking my chances
I've just got one offer in mind F C F Let's see a teardrop whatever else you got C G7 C You show me your heart and I'll show you mine F G7 F C G7 C You show me your heart and I'll show you mine
I'm weak and I'm uncertain in fact I'm still hurtin'
And hurt put on hurt just won't heal F So make me a promise you'll laugh when I laugh C And you'll cry when I cry it's a deal
I'm strong and I'm able but weak and unstable
When somebody steps on my mind F C F You have to be willin' the free milk I'm spillin' C G7 C You show me your heart and I'll show you mine F G7 F C G7 C You show me your heart and I'll show you mine
There was a time I'd be willin' to risk
Just the day of my life on the nights F But if you've been away say at four in the morning C The memories crawlin' by your side
If you want to take it or if you can
Just make it a one sided offer that's fine F C F I just got one proposition to make you C G7 C You show me your heart and I'll show you mine F G7 F C G7 C You show me your heart and I'll show you mine
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