Can't Get Too Much Of A Good Thing
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Greenwood with Barbara Mandrell.
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Can't Get Too Much Of A Good Thing Recorded by Lee Greenwood with Barbara Mandrell Written by Dennis Morgan and J.D. Martin
C F Dm C F Dm G7 Mornings like this were made for holding you closer C F Dm G7 C Dm G7 Turn off the alarm and pretend the night's not over F Em Let’s take the time just to be with each other Dm G7 C Dm It's something you can't over do F Em Honey I get enough of a day to day struggle Dm G7 But baby I never get tired of you
F C Dm C Ooh baby you can't too much of a good thing Dm G7 When the feeling is right F C Dm C Ooh baby you can't get too much of a good thing E7 Am I thank you morning and night Dm G7 C For the good things you do in my life
F Dm G7 C F Dm G7 Coffee for two with you is a special occasion C F Dm You'll know I'll even do nothing at all C F Dm G7 With a little persuasion F Em And ooh baby my goal in life Dm C I'll do anything you choose F C Oh but staying right here by your side Dm G7 C Is what I really wanna do
F Em Am Baby right now I wish we could say Dm C A7 There's 48 hours in every day
F C Dm C Ooh baby you can't too much of a good thing Dm G7 When the feeling is right F C Dm C Ooh baby you can't get too much of a good thing Em Am I thank you morning and night Dm G7 C For the good things you do in my life
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