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Love Me A Little Bit More lyrics and chords are here for your
personal use only, this is a fun song to play and sing, it was recorded
by Jim Reeves.
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Love Me A Little Bit More Recorded by Jim Reeves Written by Kenny Marlow and Cliff Maynard
C Tease me a little bit squeeze me a little bit G7 Love me a little bit more
Love me a little bit can't get enough of it C Tell me I'm the one you adore
I'm in a petting mood you've got me hooked for good F I'm yours and that's for sure C Squeeze me a little bit tease me a little bit G7 C Love me a little bit more
F C Mommy warned me I'd meet girls G7 C Who'd make me feel like this F C But she never mentions crazy flip flops D7 G7 My heart does when we kiss
C Oh what a shape I'm in you've got me in a spin F Never felt this way before C You make a living seem just like a pretty dream G7 C Love me a little bit more
Love me a little bit kiss me and never quit G7 You know I want it that way
I dream of a honeymoon it can't be too soon C Just can't wait for the day
I want to share your life want you to be my wife F A feeling I can't ignore C Crazy bout your charms want you in my arms G7 C Love me a little bit more
F C The first day when you smiled at me you G7 C You had me on your string F C You got me building my dreams around D7 G7 The month of June and a wedding ring
C Love me a little bit can't get enough of it F I'm standing at your door C Love me all the time say you'll be only mine G7 C Love me a little bit more
Repeat #3 and 4
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