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Brown Eyes lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only,
it's a very pretty country song recorded by Billy Walker.
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Coffee Brown Eyes Recorded by Billy Walker Written by Sonny Flaharty and Kent Westberry [3/4 time]
C G7 C G7 C In Romaris cantina I loved her the first time I saw her G7 C G7 C C7 My heart danced away to the music of Spanish guitars F G7 Her kisses had me feeling like I had too much Tequila C Then we made mucho amor there under the stars
G7 C G7 C I didn’t know at the time our love was forbidden G7 C G7 C C7 Her family just did not approve of a Gringo like me F G7 We’d meet at an old run down shack just south of the river C And I’d hold her close and whisper to her tenderly
C7 F C Coffee brown e-y-es hair like a raven G7 C It’s her lucky seven for me every night when the moon turns to gold C7 F C Coffee brown e-y-es soft as an angel G7 C It’s heaven I found in a small border town down in Old Mexico
G7 C G7 C I rode my pony up to the shack late one evening G7 C G7 C C7 I’d been on the run and it seemed like forever or more F G7 I felt a cold empty feeling well up inside me C When all that I found was an unsigned note on the door
G7 C G7 C Your coffee brown eyes passed away early this morning G7 C G7 C C7 The last thing she said was tell him true love never dies F G7 She kept the secret of your love hidden inside her C Till this morning a baby was born with coffee brown eyes
C7 F C Coffee brown e-y-es
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