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Is Everything lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
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Love Is Everything Recorded by George Strait Written by Casey Beathard and Pat Mclaughlin
G7 C Am Love is everything Dm G7 It's a whole lot more than going to the store C Am For a wedding ring Dm G7 It's kissin' and a huggin' but it's also the kicking C Am And the cussing thing Dm G7 I've been told
C Am Love is everything Dm G7 It's a smile on your face on a cold winter day C Am At the thought of spring Dm G7 It's getting up at night for the cry of a C Am Little bitty baby thing Dm G7 And it's growing old
F Love is everything E7 It's those fires that daddy stoked those nights Am To keep you warm G7 C It's the hell your momma went through F E7 The day you were born Dm G7 And it's a thunderstorm
C Am Love is everything Dm G7 Oh it's going off to war it's the back and forth C Am On a front porch swing Dm G7 It's the kiss that you got in the old parking lot C Am Of a Dairy Queen Dm G7 And it's you and me
F Love is everything E7 C It's looking out for everybody else Am But number one G7 C And it's all that really matters F E7 When all's said and done Dm G7 And the race is run
C Am Love is everything Dm G7 It's a rose on a stone it's the words in a song C Am That the choir sings Dm G7 It's the tears of goodbye and the place C Am That you fly to to get your wings Dm G7 Yeah love's the king
C Am Dm G7 Love is everything C Am Dm G7 C Love is everything
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