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Making Memories Of Us lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, it's a very pretty country love song recorded Tracy Byrd.
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Making Memories Of Us Recorded by Tracy Byrd Written by Rodney Crowell
C G7 C F I'm gonna be here for you baby I'll be a man of my word C G7 Am F Speak the language in a voice that you have never heard C G7 C F I wanna sleep with you forever I wanna die in your arms C G7 Am F In a cabin by a meadow where the wild bees swarm C F C Now that I found you I want to surround you F Am G7 C I'll win your trust making memories of us
G7 C F I wanna honor your mother I wanna learn from your pa C G7 Am F I wanna steal your attention like a bad outlaw C G7 C F I wanna stand out in a crowd for you a man among men C G7 Am F I wanna make your world better than it's ever been C F C I want to know you like nobody knows you F Am G7 C And I'll win your trust making memories of us
C G7 C F I'm gonna be here for you from now on this you'll know somehow C G7 Am F You've been stretched to the limit but it's all right now C G7 C F I'm gonna make you a promise if there's life after this C G7 Am F I'm gonna be there to meet you with a warm wet kiss C F C Cause I'm gonna love you like nobody loves you F Am G7 C I'll win your trust making memories of us
F C F C Yeah I'm gonna love you like nobody loves you F Am G7 C And I'll win your trust making memories of us
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