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At The Time lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a very good country song recorded by Jean Shepard.
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At The Time Recorded by Jean Shepard Written by Bill Anderson
G C G I told him that I loved him cause I loved him at the time A7 D7 And I told him that I didn't want any other lips touching mine G C G I whispered love your kisses are sweeter than the wine D7 G But I'd never tasted champagne at the time
C G At the time I didn't know your name and I'd never seen your face A7 D7 At the time I'd never lost myself in your tender warm embrace G C G If you've never had filet mignon peanut butter taste just fine D7 G And that's the way it was when I loved him at the time
C G When I found you I started hearing pretty music I've never heard A7 D7 And quietly when we spoke of love it was like I'd learned a brand new word G C G I once thought I'd seen everything but till I met you I was blind D7 G And I wonder now was I even born at the time
C G At the time I didn't know your name and I'd never seen your face A7 D7 At the time I'd never lost myself in your tender warm embrace G C G If you've never had a T-bone steak saltine crackers taste just fine D7 G And that's the way it was when I loved him at the time
C G If you've never been to Paris France Big Spring Texas will suit you fine D7 G And that's the way it was when I loved him at the time
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