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For A Minute There Recorded by Garth Brooks Written by Kent Blazy and Garth Brooks
Am F We were walking along the ocean together hand in hand G7 C When I stopped to write I love you in the sand Am F And when I looked up you were standing ten miles out at sea Dm G7 C And in a sweat I woke up from that crazy dream F G7 As I reached to hold you in the morning light F G7 It was just your pillow I clung to so tight
F G7 C G7 F For a minute there I thought it was you C F G7 C G7 For a minute there my prayers had come true C F G7 Am C And for a minute there I began again to live F Dm G7 C What I wouldn't give for just a minute there
Am F Five o'clock on Friday sitting at a light G7 C When this angel walked right by me on my right Am F And the cars all started honking as my feet hit the ground Dm G7 C And though I chased and called you never turned around F G7 Oh the walk the hair and the perfume were the same C F G7 How I wished she would've answered to your name
F G7 C G7 F For a minute there I thought it was you C F G7 C G7 For a minute there I’d swear my prayers had come true C F G7 Am C Yes for a minute there I began again to live F Dm G7 C What I wouldn't give for just a minute there
F G7 Tonight the stars in heaven are bright as they could be F G7 And I swear one of them is winking down at me
F Oh what I wouldn't give G7 C How I'd love to live for just a minute there
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