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I Guess You Had To Be There Recorded by Lorrie Morgan Written by Jon Robbin and Barbara Lloyd
C C7 F Hello honey how was your day well you're sure in a good mood tonight G7 C G7 Oh by the way I was downtown this afternoon and I saw the most amazing sight C C7 F C Dm Through the window of a small cafe I saw a man and a woman holding hands G7 And they looked so much in love it took my breath away C G7 Can't you see it don't you understand
C C7 F Fm Well I guess you had to be there you really had to be there C G7 Some things you just can't explain it's just not the same F C G7 I guess you had to be there
C C7 F I just stood there my heart pounding I couldn't move all I could do was stare G7 C I kept remembering when we used to look like that two people G7 With so much to share C C7 F C Dm They were talking and they were laughing just like we used to do every day G7 C And then he kissed her so tenderly what's the matter G7 You don't have much to say
F And as I watched you with your new love C G7 I haven't seen you that happy in years F Am We've drifted so far apart and it's hard to admit it Dm G7 But there's nothing left for you here
C C7 F Fm So I guess you had to be there you really had to be there C G7 Some things you just can't explain it's just not the same F G7 I guess you had to be there
F Fm Em Dm C I guess you had to be there
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