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I Just Called to Say I Love You lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by Jason
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I Just Called to Say I Love You Recorded by Jason Allen Written by Stevie Wonder
C G7 C G7 No New Year's Day to celebrate C Dm No chocolate covered candy hearts to give away D7 Dm No first of spring no song to sing G7 C In fact here's just another ordinary day
G7 C G7 No April rain no flowers bloom C Dm No wedding Saturday within the month of June D7 Dm But what it is is something true G7 C Made up of these three words that I must say to you
Dm G7 C I just called to say I love you Dm G7 Am I just called to say how much I care Dm G7 Am I just called to say I love you Dm G7 C And I mean it from the bottom of my heart
G7 C G7 No summer's high no warm July C Dm No harvest moon to light one tender August night D7 Dm No autumn breeze no falling leaves G7 C Not even time for birds to fly to southern skies
G7 C G7 No Libra sun no Halloween C Dm No giving thanks to all the Christmas joy you bring D7 Dm But what it is though old so new G7 C To fill your heart like no three words could ever do
Dm G7 C I just called to say I love you Dm G7 Am I just called to say how much I care yes I do Dm G7 Am I just called to say I love you Dm G7 C And I mean it from the bottom of my heart
Dm G7 C Girl and I mean it from the bottom of my heart
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