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Deep Water lyrics and chords

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Deep Water lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it was recorded by Bob Wills. This is a great country classic that's doable for us less gifted picker, it does take a bit of practice.


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Deep Water
recorded by Bob Wills Vocals by Tommy Duncan
written by Fred Rose
G G7 C G
I'm drifting into deep water
A7 D7
I'm startin' to care for you
G G7 C G
You're getting me in deep water
D7 G
Be careful what you do

D7 A7 D7 A7
You wanna romance but I'm seeking love
D7 A7 D7
I know I'll regret it when it ends
G G7 C
I'm winding off in deep water
D7 G
Why can't we just be friends

G7 C G
It's restless in this deep water
A7 D7
I'm lost between right and wrong
G G7 C G
My love is true as deep water
D7 G
Your love won't last this long

D7 A7 D7 A7
Where will it lead me and where will it end
D7 A7 D7
I can't help but wish I only knew
G G7 C G
I'm winding up in deep water
D7 G
So deep in love with you


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Classic Country Music Lyrics home | Bob Wills song lyrics

Fred Rose wrote this wonderful classic in 1948 and Bob Wills recorded it soon afterwards. It's the mark of a great song when numerous artists record it. It has a nice slow tempo, a very pretty melody with fairly simple chords, it will require a bit of practice to get the timing down.  Print Deep Water lyrics and chords, you'll be glad you made the effort to learn it.