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Looking Over Our Shoulder
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Looking Over Our Shoulder
Recorded by Kitty Wells and Red Foley
Written by Carol Johnson

C C7 F
We have too many secrets you and me
C G7
Cause you belong to her and I'm not free
C C7 F
Our friendship turned into a love affair
And our families just don't know the dates we shared

We're looking over our shoulder for her or him
We're searching for a place where lights are low and dim
C7 F
We're looking over our shoulder afraid we might be seen
C G7 C
By him or her how could we be so mean

C7 F
We didn't mean for it to go this far
C G7
Each day would be the last but here we are
C C7 F
We've got to stop we'll drag our honor down
Or always in the darkness we'll be found

Repeat #2

G7 C
By him or her how could we be so mean


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