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Back In Your Arms Again
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Back In Your Arms Again
Recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys
Written by Rusty Golden

G7 Am F Em
The call that I made tonight
Am D7 C
Was such a long time due
Am D7 G7
Baby how long since I heard from you
Am F Em
I don't really know
Am C
What's happening here to me
Am D7 G7
All that I know is that I long to be

Back in you’re arms again
F G7 C
I need your love all I can get
F G7 Am
Whatever it takes you know I'll be there
G7 F G7 C F G7
Back in your arms back in your arms

Am F Em
The last time I spoke to you
Am D7 C
You told me that we were through
Am D7 G7
That you had found that special someone new
Am F Em
Now that I really know
Am C
This feeling of being free
Am D7 G7
I know that you know where I long to be

repeat #2 x3


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