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I'd Say That's Right lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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I'd Say That's Right Recorded by Clay Walker Written by Mark D. Sanders and Tim Nichols
G D7 Was I nervous the night I first I met you C D7 Was it love at first sight G D7 C Did I know you were the girl I'd marry D7 G I'd say that's right
D7 When your daddy said son do you love her C D7 With all of your might G D7 C I looked him in the eye and said yes sir D7 G I'd say that's right
C I'd say that's right on the money D7 Sure as summer in Florida sunny G C I'd say that's right as the rain D7 On a tin roof Texas night G C I'd say that's right down the middle D7 Ain't no doubt not even a little G D7 C Will I love you for the rest of my life D7 G I'd say that's right
D7 If I woke up tomorrow up in heaven C D7 St Peter looked me in the eye G D7 C And said mister would you rather be with her D7 G I'd say that's right
Repeat #3 x2
C D7 G C D7 G I'd say that's right I'd say that's right
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