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Hopeless Romantic lyrics and chords are intended for your private use
only, this is a very pretty country song recorded by Crystal Gayle.
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Hopeless Romantic Recorded by Crystal Gayle Written by Billy Vera
G Sometimes on Sundays I sit by the TV Am Watching sad movies alone
And when it comes to the part D7 G Where the little dog dies I cry
Sometimes I think I was born just a little behind Am Or ahead of my time D7 I live in a dream world of caring and sharing Am D7 G And good guys and nobody lies
Am D7 I'm a believer Am D7 And much more than anything G I believe in you Am D7 You're not a deceiver Am D7 And if you told me the ocean went dry G D7 I'd believe in you
G So call me a hopeless romantic D7 G Cause I can still believe D7 G Am D7 I can still believe in true love Am D7 G D7 Em D7 And hopeless romantic still can find a way C Bm Am D7 G To make true love last these days
Have you ever noticed while telling a tall tale Am The look on the face of a child D7 She accepts without question as though it was gospel Am D7 G They're only like that for a while
So call me a hopeless romantic D7 G Cause I can still believe D7 G Am D7 I can still believe in true love Am D7 G D7 Em D7 And hopeless romantic still can find a way C Bm Am To make true love last C Bm Am To make true love last C Bm Am D7 G To make true love last these days Am D7 G For a hopeless romantics like me
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