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Heart Of Mine Recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys Written by Michael Foster
C F G7 There wasn’t much love on the day you came C F G7 I was feeling my way with a heart gone lame Am Bm Dm E7 Life was so cold right then I thought I’d never love again Am E7 Am D7 Though my dreams of romance blew away with the wind C G7 Oh my heart beat slow
C F C Am Heart of mine can we try it one more time F A#7 G7 Can you help but love a girl so free so kind C F C Am Lonely tears helped me waiting all these years C F A#7 G7 For the day I felt the joy of love inside C G7 When my heart’s alive
C F G7 Believe me I know that the truth sounds strange oh yeah C F G7 How an innocent smile made my whole life change mmm mmm Am Bm Dm E7 You call it coincidence but I knew she was heaven sent Am E7 Am D7 When I felt that my heart was beginning to mend C G7 Now my heart beats fast
C F C Am Heart of mine can we try it one more time F A#7 G7 Can you help but love a girl so free so kind C F C Am Lonely tears helped me waiting all these years C F A#7 G7 For the day I felt the joy of love inside C G7 When my heart’s alive F And growing stronger all the time
C F C Am C Heart of mine I think we made it just in time F A#7 G7 You can’t help but love a girl so free so kind C F C Am Lonely tears helped me looking all those years C F A#7 G7 And today I felt the joy of love inside C When my heart’s alive
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